2017

Article: Why coastal tribes are growing clam gardens that look like Asian rice fields. Yes! Magazine. July 2017.

Presentation (recorded): Gender, intersectionality, and climate- what's the big deal? Seattle Climate Action Summit. April 2017.

Interview (recorded): Women and bicycling. Public Radio International: Living on Earth. March 2017.

Webinar (recorded): Gender mainstreaming solutions in protected areas. Panorama. March 2017.

Blog: Washington womxn march for climate action. Climate Solutions. February 2017.

Report: Gender and Biodiveristy: Analysis of women and gender equality considerations in National Biodiversity Strategic Action Plans (NBSAPs). International Union for the Conservation of Nature. January 2017.

2016

Article: Even in the most bike-friendly states, women cyclists are left behind. Yes! Magazine. September 2016.

Blog: An inside view of the Environment and Gender Index. IUCN Global Gender Office. August 2016.

Article: Don't be that guy at the 4th of July party. Yes! Magazine. July 2016.

Report: Gender and protected areas: Exploring national reporting to the Ramsar and World Heritage Conventions. IUCN Global Gender Office [*Secondary author and overseeing researcher]

Article: The surprising link between climate change and violence against women. Seattle Globalist. May 2016.

Introductory speaker:  The importance of water: Blue Mind, Ocean Optimism, and Surfrider FoundationEarth Day at University of Washington. April 22, 2016.

Presentation: 1. Gaps and opportunities for gender-equitable climate action (in WA State). 2. Hiding in plain sight: toxicity of cigarette litter and opportunities for prevention. Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. Vancouver, CA. April 2016.

Profile: Empowering people to take action. Surfrider Foundation National Blog. April 2016.

Article: The Duwamish Valley Youth Corps are coming for your litter. Seattle Globalist. March 2016.

Guest blog post: At the intersection of gender, outdoor recreation, and leadership. EcoWomen. February 2016.

Article: Would you rather eat shrimp peeled by slaves, or by robots? Seattle Globalist. January 2016.

Guest blog post: Hold On To Your Butts successes in 2015. Seattle Surfrider. January 2016.

2015

Fact sheet: Women's participation in global environmental decision making. IUCN Global Gender Office. December 2015. *[I was a co-lead in gathering data, performing analysis, and writing accompanying report]

Fact sheet: Gender and climate finance. IUCN Global Gender Office. December 2015. *[I gathered the data, performed the analysis, and wrote most of the content]

Infographic: REDD+: An opportunity for gender equality. IUCN Global Gender Office. December 2015. *[I performed the analysis and drew the design]

Article: Why female salmon consumers need more transparencySeattle Globalist. December 2015

Fact sheet: Gender focal points and policies. IUCN Global Gender Office. September 2015. *[I performed the analysis and wrote most of the content]

Guest blog post: 3 things I've learned at the IUCN Global Gender Office. International Union for the Conservation of Nature. July 2015.

Presentation: “Hold On To Your Butts- A Cigarette Litter Initiative in Seattle”. Surfrider Foundation PNW Chapter Conference. July 2015.

Website content development: "Hold On To Your Butts". Seattle Surfrider. Ongoing.

2014

Presentation: “Marine Spatial Planning in Washington: How you can get involved”. Tacoma Audubon Society, Port Angeles Visitor Bureau, Surfrider Foundation PNW Chapter Conference. July 2014.

Press Releases and OpEds: Various topics for Washington State & Seattle Surfrider Foundation programs including “Surfrider recruits coastal recreators for survey”, “Time for cigarette litter prevention in Seattle”.

2013

Research: Gender Dimensions of Community-based Management of Marine Protected Areas in Siquijor, Philippines. Published by University of Washington. June 2013.

2012

Research: For a better tomorrow: Case studies in Siquijor, The Philippines, demonstrate the benefits of women’s participation in the management of marine protected areas. Yemaya- Issue No. 41. Published by International Collective in Support of Fishworkers. November 2012. 

Blog: Women and Fish. June 2012.