Tiffany joined the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law in February 2017. She graduated in 2015 with a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Science and Education from the Graduate Center at CUNY. During her studies, she conducted fieldwork on climate change adaptation and sustainable food production practices, and performed community outreach in the small island developing state of Barbuda, West Indies. Tiffany also interned at the United Nations Development Programme’s Equator Initiative, supporting communications efforts and developing case studies. She has also worked as a Communications Consultant at UNDP for the Environmental Governance Programme. She is thrilled to be on board and to support the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law team with strategic communications.

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