Center for Biodiversity Outcomes welcomes new project manager

Photo of Amy Scoville-Weaver seating outdoors on a park benchThe Center for Biodiversity Outcomes is excited to welcome its new Project Manager, Amy Scoville-Weaver. Amy brings a professional background in brand management, strategic planning and community outreach, and has worked in a variety of positions within the humanitarian and environmental space. She has a BA in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and a MSc in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Amy has conducted research at University of Oxford's Environmental Change Institute. She is interested in the intersection between people and nature in urban environments and in understanding policy implications for strengthening community and ecological resilience. Welcome aboard, Amy!