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Jacky Thomas

  • Center Associate

Jacky is an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh pursuing a dual major in philosophy and psychology, driven by a profound interest in understanding human identity and how they interact with the world around them. With a strong desire to pursue their own research on day, Jacky aspires to attend graduate school and obtain a PhD in social psychology.

Having spent several years working with non-profit organizations in Philadelphia, Jacky has actively contributed to providing free services and experiences to the communities around him. Through these experiences, Jacky has witnessed the transformative power of community engagement and its potential to positively influence both individuals and the environment.

Recognizing the interconnected nature of social issues, Jacky has a desire to improve sustainability. Understanding the importance of sustainable practices and environmental stewardship, they firmly believe that these principles are vital for fostering a harmonious society through both education and practice. Jacky's academic pursuits and practical experiences drive them to explore the convergence of psychology, philosophy, and sustainability, seeking innovative solutions that promote holistic well-being for individuals and the planet as a whole.