I'm an environmental scientist
and community-engaged scholar
from North Carolina. I work as a faculty member in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources at North Carolina State University. There, I lead the NC State Ecohydrology and Watershed Science Lab, a research group that studies water and biogeochemical cycles in changing environments. The group includes hydrologists and environmental scientists who use fieldwork, remote sensing, and modeling to study phenomena in North Carolina and beyond.
I partner with American Indian tribes and other communities to understand environmental change through the lenses of environmental justice, indigenous rights, and public policy. The work involves research and education, but it is mostly about building relationships. I provide information and analysis to support community-based actions related to natural disasters, environmental quality, sustainability and climate change. My goal is to help amplify voices and perspectives of vulnerable communities and Indigenous peoples who shoulder disproportionate environmental burdens.
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