Jerome Foster II

Jerome Foster II is a 19-year-old African-American climate justice activist, voting rights advocate, and emerging technology developer. He is the Executive Director & Founder of OneMillionOfUs, which is mobilizing a new generation of young people to register and turnout to vote.

Throughout 2019, He served as the House Congressional Intern for the late Honorable Congressman John Lewis. Also working as Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Climate Reporter, an international environmental news organization. Jerome has spoken at the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights, held weekly climate strikes in front of the White House and Harvard University for over 80 weeks as a part of Greta Thunberg’s Fridays For Future, and helped to pass the Clean Energy DC Act. He won the World Series of Entrepreneurship for creating a civic-based virtual reality organization called TAU VR.