Tricia Glass is a writer and a leader of the not-for-profit Sustainable Wellesley, which engages residents, businesses and town government to take action on climate. With support from QCi and AGZA, she has encouraged a shift to quieter, healthier land care practices in Wellesley, MA, and beyond.

She serves on the board of Tenacity, Inc., a nonprofit that offers youth in underserved Boston Public Schools the chance to realize their potential through access to tennis, academic support and life skills.

Her previous experience includes work establishing and developing projects for several nonprofits at home and abroad. She attended Colby College as an undergraduate and has a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University.