Stacey Alvarez de la Campa is an educational/legal consultant, environmental expert and teacher of English language arts, history, social studies, and communication studies. She is currently practising these in three places: the University of Strathclyde, Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, Scotland; the organisation Worldwide Sustainability Warriors; and Lex Caribbean Attorneys-at-law, Barbados. At the University of Strathclyde, she is an Educational Consultant with the Ocean Explorers Programme. She initiated the implementation of an education programme for primary age pupils which draws on UNSDGs. She is an Environmental Education Expert for children and adult learners. She is a Legal Assistant at Lex Caribbean Attorneys-at-law and one of her key achievements here has been to be appointed to the firm’s Environmental Committee to enhance environmental awareness among team members and promote operational practices focusing on recycling and sustainability. She has also been a freelance writer and an English language, literature and arts teacher and in this role, she has extensive experience in teaching students with learning disabilities and emotional/physiological challenges. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Literature in English with a minor in Linguistics from the University of the West Indies, as well as undergraduate degree in Law. She studied Nordic Literature at the University of Odense, Denmark.. She also has certificates in peer counselling, anti-money laundering policy and writing. She enjoys horseback riding, surfing, hiking and similar activities. She also likes reading, writing poetry and short stories, cooking, painting, and she is a member of Amnesty International.