I am a conservation social scientist
I use risk concepts to build new understanding of human-environment relationships. My research is designed to build evidence for action. The majority of my activities can be described as convergence research on conservation issues such as wildlife trafficking, illegal logging, fishing and mining.
I received my PhD in Natural Resource Policy and Management from Cornell University, MA in Environment and Resource Policy from George Washington University, and BA in Anthropology and Environmental Studies from Brandeis University. From 2006-2020, I was faculty at Michigan State University.
I am a National Academies of Sciences Jefferson Science Fellow, US Department of State Embassy Science Fellow and Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leader.
Degree TypePhDDegree DetailsNatural Resource Policy & Management, Cornell University
Degree TypeMADegree DetailsEnvironment & Resource Policy, The George Washington University
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsAnthropology & Environmental Studies, Brandeis University
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