I joined Karner Blue’s Sustainability Research team in 2017. During my tenure at KBC, I have developed research protocols for monitoring and analyzing companies based on their animal welfare impacts. I am responsible for developing and designing marketing materials, including advertisements, brochures, presentations, etc. As a member of the Corporate Engagement and Advocacy team I have contributed to the development of strategies for engaging with companies on farm animal welfare issues.
In December 2018, I developed KBC’s first investor letter that was distributed to 27 companies as a means of gathering additional information on their corporate farm animal welfare policies. Commencing in 2019, I joined the newly-organized Karner Blue Center for a Humane Economy, Inc. as an employee and continue to work with KBC on a part-time basis.
Prior to working at Karner Blue, I served as the Director of Grounds & Sustainability for Temple University’s Student Government where I initiated a student led task force on environmental sustainability. I have worked with the U.S. Forest Service on a project to monitor and research the success of riparian revitalization projects in the Philadelphia region.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with a Business minor from Temple University, where I was selected as a recipient of the Morris and Stewart Udall Foundation scholarship for my environmental efforts.