Acting Co-Director(612) 625-6331
What I Do
As Acting Co-Director I serve as chief coordinator of day-to-day affairs of the PGC, and work closely with Claire Porter to ensure the overall success of the effort. I have over 20 years of experience in science program management, primarily related to the polar regions. Prior to joining the PGC in April 2012, I served as a Program Manager at the U.S. Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S., and before that as the Executive Director of the Arctic-CHAMP Science Management Office at the University of New Hampshire.
- Sea Grant Knauss Fellow, 2000-2001
- MS, University of Minnesota Duluth, Water Resources Science program, 2000
- BS, University of St. Thomas, Biology, 1996
- Denmark’s International Studies, Marine Environmental Studies Program, 1994-95 junior year study abroad
Downhill & cross country skiing, camping, and canoeing with my family. I also enjoy running and home renovation projects.
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