Ms. Monica Caparas is part of Woodwell Climate’s fast-growing Risk program. She focuses on identifying and analyzing global physical climate risks from climate models and remote sensing data in partnership with Wellington Management.
Prior to her work at Woodwell Climate, Ms. Caparas was a research assistant at Brown University working with climate models to determine the relationship between topical atmospheric circulation changes and global warming, as well as working with remote sensing data to analyze water-stressed tropical forest phenology.
She has a B.S. in Mathematical Geophysics with a focus on Climate from Brown University. Ms. Caparas was previously a professional dancer and competitive aerialist.