- Additional Bio
-At CT DEEP, Lead of adaptation/hazards/outreach for communities including emergency response/land use coordination, infrastructure and ecosystem impacts
-Public speaker, trainer, and adjunct professor of wide range of environmental, natural resource, policy, hazard, climate, geology, health and communication topics.
-CT State Lead for Sentinel Monitoring for Climate Change in Long Island Sound and steering committee for Regional Sentinel Monitoring in New England
-Regional and federal liaison through various groups including NROC Coastal Hazards Committee.
-Co-chair the State Cultural and Natural Resources Recovery Support Function for Long Term Recovery efforts in our state, first time nationally a recovery support function has been done on state level.
-Chair of CT Climate Education/Communication Committee
-Developed Adaptation Resource Toolkit of for one stop shopping for adaptation, being reposted soon (changing webserver)
- Your website
http://www.ct.gov/deep New climate section coming soon!
- Currently Working On
Climate Change and Hazards including science, impacts, outreach/trainings, and adaptation
- Home State
- Job Title
EA @ DEEP (Climate specialist, also adjunct prof science/engineering)
CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection & Local Colleges
- Fields of Interest/Expertise
- *Possibly* Looking for Work