Tiffany Windholz is a multi-faceted member of the Arctic program—working on Woodwell’s Polaris Project, supporting climate adaptation efforts through the Permafrost Pathways Project, and assisting with mapping retrogressive thaw slumps in the Arctic landscape.
Windholz obtained her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Oklahoma State University. She was an intern with the Woods Hole Partnership Education Program in 2020, where she was first introduced to Arctic research. She also participated in the Polaris Project as a student in the summer of 2022, which sparked her passion for working with Arctic communities.
In her spare time, Windholz enjoys attending concerts, reading, crafting, and spending time outside.