Arianna Tabibzadeh Nuri ’20 Master of Forestry Candidate
Arianna is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Ari graduated summa cum laude from the University of a California, Berkeley in 2017 with a B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies and a minor in Forestry and Natural Resources. While at Berkeley, she pursued freshwater ecology research, served as a peer mentor, and undergraduate teaching assistant. Prior to coming to FES, Ari worked at the Pacific Northwest Regional Office of the USDA Forest Service, where she contributed to science communications and the agency’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. As a Master of Forestry candidate at Yale, Ari is particularly interested in forest health, resilience, and climate change. In her spare time, Ari enjoys hiking, yoga, and cooking.