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Whitney Reynier, B.S.
Whitney provides key research, analytical writing, case study development, and workshop facilitation support to EcoAdapt's Awareness to Action and State of Adaptation programs. Whitney loves creating science-based products that support the integration of climate change considerations into daily decision-making. She enjoys working with a range of practitioners to develop and implement cross-sectoral and equitable adaptation projects.

Whitney earned a Bachelor of Science at Santa Clara University, double majoring in Environmental Science and Biology. Whitney comes from a broad science background - she has conducted field research in both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and has worked on various environmental initiatives and environmental justice campaigns in the United States, Argentina, and the Galapagos Islands. No matter the location, Whitney has a keen interest in helping manage natural and urban landscapes for the benefit of nature and people, especially in the face of a changing climate.

When not working, Whitney spends all of her time outdoors. She can most often be found mountain biking, surfing, and trail running along California's Central Coast, or skiing, rock climbing, and hiking in the Sierra Nevada. She also enjoys cooking, reading, and teaching her Border Collie cool, if somewhat useless, tricks.