My Day Job

By day, I work for the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science at the US Forest Service Northern Research Station. It’s a great job where I get to work with really wonderful people. Most of my job involves: managing the day-to-day operations of our productive and fun team of 15 amazing individuals, translating complex science related to climate change and forests into more digestible materials, and providing training to natural resource professionals on topics related to climate change and forests.

What happens at work stays at work. This site doesn’t have anything to do with my day job; it’s just my personal sandbox of ideas. 

If you want to learn more about this work, you can check out my work bio or the websites for NIACS and our Climate Change Response Framework effort.

You can connect with me professionally via LinkedIn and see my publications on ResearchGate and Google Scholar.