Sarah’s (she/her) research focuses on testing and scaling up strategies to promote species persistence and ecosystem integrity in the face of climate change. As a TNC NatureNet Fellow, she is working to validate and bolster the effectiveness of The Nature Conservancy’s approach to identifying “climate resilient sites”, using data on millions of trees across the US that have experienced recent climate change. Sarah received her Ph.D. in Environmental Studies at University of California Santa Cruz and her B.S. and M.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University.