Inglish Hills, Recyclability Solutions Fellow


Inglish has worked for the local government doing criminal defense and court administration and has experience in finance with venture capital investing. Inglish helped invest into socially impactful companies that focus on sustainable climate tech, workforce development, equity in education, and agriculture. She also competed in a pitch-style venture capital competition and won VC funding to scale her climate tech start up, Save-Cycle.

Why I Care About Recycling and a Circular Economy

“I care about recycling and the circular economy because the effects of climate change and pollution impact everyone, but particularly marginalized communities feel the negative impacts the most. I believe in environmental equity and healthy living environments. I believe addressing the issues of climate change with a “boots on the ground” top-down approach starting with recycling education can truly influence impactful change. Environmental equity is a humanitarian right”.

Personal Passions and Interests

Inglish believes in community development and advocacy, so she frequently volunteers at the local food bank in Atlanta. She is a gamer and plays in an all-African American female gaming league, where they are motivated to create representation in a traditionally male-dominated space. This dog mom and wine connoisseur loves music and traveling.


  • Las Positas Community College-A.S: Administration of Justice (2019) &
    Spelman College: B.A: Sociology: Pre-Law (2022)
  • First Generation Student
  • Publication Pending: Pandemic Justice: A Grounded Theory Examination of Disparities in Virtual Bond Hearings.
  • Non-Published Literary Work: From Playground to Prison Yard: A Quantitative Study on Reducing the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Bay Area, California Public High School