Yoca Arditi-Rocha is executive director of The CLEO Institute in Florida, working with policymakers and stakeholders to build climate resilience and mobilize climate action. She previously was founding executive director of No Planeta B, a consultancy with an advocacy core. Arditi-Rocha has participated in UN climate negotiation conferences of parties (COPs) and has been a sustainability advisor for schools, colleges, and organizations. An Al Gore-trained climate speaker and presenter, she’s on the leadership council of Resilience 21 and on the steering committee of the Resilience Roadmap, hosted by Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. Arditi-Rocha’s honors include Ford Motor Company’s 2019 Mujeres Legendarias Award in Sustainability. She has a corporate sustainability degree from University of Vermont’s Institute of Global Sustainability and a master’s degree from Harvard University in liberal arts in sustainability.