Carbon Trapper’s Founder has 27 years of experience in commercial grove management & organic farming.
She studied environmental biology, commercial farming, essential oil distillation & bee keeping, natural resource management, environmental engineering and recently received a Masters certificate from the European Union Energy Center in London, in Carbon Management and Finance.

She grew up in southern France, worked early ag-jobs around the Mediterranean Basin, which has been a drought stricken bread basket for humanity for thousand of years.

Relocating in Reunion Island in 1998, a french protectorate situated between Madagascar and Mauritius, she spent 15 years developing wholesale agricultural products for the food industry.

At the age of 40, after having moved to Los Angeles, appalled by the density of particulate matter present daily in the air, she decided to start massive tree planting projects, to capture CO2, produce food and create jobs in metropolitan areas.