Chloe' Vorseth is a second-year Earth Systems Science PhD student advised by Dr. Mahadev Bhat. She also conducts research at The Everglades Foundation as a ForEverglades Fellow, working with economist Dr. G. Andrew Stainback. Her research focuses on economic valuation of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem. She is currently researching the economic value of recreational angling in Lake Okeechobee, the St. Lucie estuary, and the Caloosahatchee estuary. She is also interested in valuing the economic losses associated with harmful algal blooms in all three connected ecosystems. Chloe's goals as president include actively recruiting students from a variety of research subject areas, maintaining member connectivity in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and focusing on professional development through seminars on science communication, student research talks, and career panels. She sees the group as a vibrant source of connection and collaboration for all student scientists conducting research in the Everglades ecosystem.