Katie Constantine supports communications campaigns highlighting the importance of Woodwell’s science in the national and international policy-making space. Her work provides additional outreach for various projects.
Constantine is pursuing her master’s degree in conflict resolution and coexistence at Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management. She is interested in better understanding the way organizations can help improve the lives of vulnerable communities across the world and wants to use her skills as a writer to aid that goal. She is optimistic about the ability of humanity to adapt in order to tackle climate change.
In her spare time, Constantine enjoys painting and hiking in the White Mountains.