Olivia Angus is a medical device engineer and clean water activist originally from San Diego, CA. She spent five years volunteering with the Surfrider Foundation, San Diego Chapter working on local campaigns and organizing their largest annual fundraiser, the Art Gala. Olivia moved to DC to work for a spine company designing implants for children with scoliosis.  During her time in DC she became an ambassador for Sustainable DC, the city’s 20 year plan to make DC the cleanest, healthiest, most livable city in the US, and fundraised for the DC Chapter of Engineers Without Borders. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where she’s the Chair of the Pleasanton Committee on Energy and the Environment, a district liaison and volunteer lobbyist for Citizens’ Climate Lobby, and a project engineer for a medical device company that makes heart pumps. Olivia holds a bachelors degree in Bioengineering and a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering, both from the University of California, San Diego.