Inspire and prepare all students to pursue high impact environmental careers aligned with their individual abilities, experiences and interests.
Danielle is a first year MEM interested in wildlife conservation. She will be pursuing the Ecosystem Management and Conservation track. Danielle received her undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Washington where she focused on ocean acidification policy. During undergrad, she interned for several organizations including the Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, and the U.S. EPA Region 10. After graduation, she spent 3 years working for a non-profit that focused on business sustainability in the Silicon Valley.
Outside of school and work, Danielle was a competitive swimmer and waterpolo player and now keep busy with hikes, road trips and a bookclub.
Danielle is looking forward to meeting the YSE community and helping students utilize the extensive resources at the CDO!
Carlos is a first year MEM student interested in integrated landscape management and its applications to sustainable disaster resilience. He just graduated with a bachelor’s in Environmental Engineering and came to YSE to explore other areas within the environmental field while deepening his engineering knowledge through the Tsinghua joint degree program. Carlos hopes to build meaningful connections with his peers and serve as a resource and liaison between students and CDO.