Ingrid Archibald

Ingrid Archibald

SAFE Cities Field Organizer

Ingrid Girard Archibald grew up in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. Her love of ocean life and her passion for justice brought her to the climate justice movement. She studied Environmental Policy and Philosophy at Washington University in St. Louis, where she was active in campus sustainability. She helped facilitate Washington University’s Climate Change Program and its involvement in the global community of research institutions. Ingrid studied UNFCCC processes and how women and low-lying island communities are disproportionately impacted by climate change, in part by attending COP 23 in Bonn, Germany. After graduating, Ingrid completed Green Corps’ one-year training program for environmental organizing. Through the program, Ingrid discovered her passion for community organizing and had the pleasure of working in various communities across the U.S., from Fayetteville, Arkansas to Missoula, Montana. 

Ingrid is honored to join Stand.earth’s SAFE Cities movement and is excited to support communities working to end fossil fuel expansion across the west coast...and the world.

She spends the rest of her time volunteering with Sunrise Seattle, swimming and going to the beach, hiking and climbing, listening to music, making vegan food, practicing meditation and yoga, and going on road trips in her ‘99 Outback -- all with anyone who will join her! Ingrid lives on Duwamish land in Seattle, Washington.