I am a combined PhD student at the Department of Anthropology and the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. My research focuses on the intersections of techno-scientific knowledge and participatory organizing practices in the U.S. climate movement. I previously worked at a university-based urban planning center, a labor union, and an environmental policy advocacy organization, developing and overseeing residential energy efficiency programs, local climate policy, community-labor partnerships, and green jobs initiatives in New York City. I have also served on a number of governmental energy and environment committees in New York State.
“Pedagogy and Climate Change” with Chris Hebdon, Michael Dove, Francis Ludlow and Amy Zhang in Anthropology and Climate Change, Second Edition (Forthcoming)