Climate and Tourism Outreach Specialist
What I do at Sea Grant
Natalie joined Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Lake Superior Field Office in August 2019. Her work is focused on creating actionable science for stakeholders across the Great Lakes, especially related to climate change and tourism. She is also interested in data science projects that can create useful tools for decision-makers.
B.S., Biological Resources Engineering, University of Maryland-College Park
M.P.P. (Master's in Public Policy), George Mason University
Ph.D., Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Purdue University