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Meet Rob Meyer, one of the hundreds of members in the Minneapolis region. Rob’s passion for population came at a very young age, when he identified that many of the environmental problems he witnessed, such as loss of natural lands and urban sprawl, were a direct consequence of rapid human population growth.
Growing up in Philadelphia, Maeve saw firsthand that not every child receives a quality education. She was empowered to take things into her own hands and make a difference in her local community. While in college, she recruited potential future educators to teach and improve schools in low-income areas. Maeve made the population connection in college when she did research on the relationship between the amount of education a woman receives and how many children she chooses to have. Maeve brings her experience in recruitment to support and empower our members to be activists in a way that is comfortable for them.
Roseberline first made the population connection while volunteering with non-profit organizations and seeing firsthand the effect of US policies on international development. As she worked on improving the health of those in Haiti, she discovered the problems and solutions are all interconnected. She realized that you could not improve the health of a community without addressing environmental issues, standing up for reproductive rights, and recognizing the importance of population stabilization. She brings her passion and experience to the membership relations team in order to help members bring light to these issues in their communities.