Sara-Katherine has worked to engage broad audiences in climate and sustainability for the past decade. Her interest in strategic communications began after witnessing the gap between science and action in Washington D.C., where she worked climate and policy communications for nearly four years at the World Resources Institute.
After moving to California for graduate school, Sara-Katherine turned her focus to sustainable behavior change and campus engagement as the sustainability coordinator at Stanford University, where she worked on resource conservation programs for students and staff. She now manages strategy, production processes, and develops programs for the weekly Climate One podcast and radio show.
A Canada and Vermont native, Sara-Katherine holds a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from Queen's University and a master's in Environmental Science and Management from the Bren School at U.C. Santa Barbara. She is fluent in French and is working on her Spanish.