A panel discussion on nature & the solutions it provides to tackle climate, biodiversity & pollution crises to secure a sustainable future.
My family and I moved to Arendal in 1999 from the US. After earning an IB Diploma, I studied communications at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, where I lived for seven years. I am an active person always looking for new experiences, new foods, and opportunities to learn new things.
I started at GRID-Arendal during the COVID 19 pandemic, and I am excited to be a part of such a diverse and amazing team. Effective science communication is vital in an age of misinformation and working for GRID-Arendal has given me a chance to work directly with scientists to present scientific information to policy makers, as well as the public.
I hold a BA in Communications, with honours. My focus was on media analysis, audio editing, and soundscape composition. Working as a team with other students, we produced a research paper on the history and changes to Drug Education Campaigns in Canada. In my free time, I enjoy rock climbing, cooking, hiking, and playing games with my friends.