Ms. Kendall Wiss is working to bridge the gap between climate policy and science. With a background in law and international policy, her work at Woodwell focuses on the human component and policy implications of climate change in the Artic and the ways those regional changes affect the lives of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Ms. Wiss received her B.A. in International Studies and Political Science from the University of Michigan. After receiving her M.A. in International Economics & Sustainable Development from Tufts University (2022), she hopes to work in a public service role to shape energy regulation in American communities and across the globe.