In CULTURS magazine, journalism teams up with two concepts it is separated from all too often- accessibility and inclusivity. The everlasting need to bring these notions together fuels Claire Roalson’s ambition to create media for diverse audiences, coming from all walks of life. Born and raised in Colorado, her formative years were spent hiking, skiing and wallowing in Colorado’s ‘300 days of sunshine’. It was inevitable that a deep-seated enthusiasm for the natural world would be born. To Roalson, learning to lead a sustainable and environmentally conscious lifestyle should be information inclusive to all, but it is not being produced explicitly. Learning about the natural environment can be achieved with ease when the information is created in light of the unique perspectives that will be indulging in it. Roalson believes that uniting different perspectives is the best means for growth, and is eager to learn, share, and be a part of the stories of those who have not had the chance to share them.