Climate and Land Use Alliance
Johanna joined the Climate and Land Use Alliance in 2012 and currently serves as Program Associate. Prior to joining the CLUA team, she spent two years coordinating clinical research at UCSF, studying the effects of meditation on blood pressure, and Ayurveda on improving quality of life in breast cancer survivors. Previously, she helped conduct a variety of ecological entomology research, including projects at Oberlin College, Cornell University, and Harvard Forest. She additionally spent a semester studying wildlife management and land use conﬂict in the Kwakuchinja wildlife corridor in Tanzania. Johanna currently serves on the Student Conservation Association’s Alumni Council, an organization with which she has worked in a variety of capacities over the past decade.
Johanna holds a B.A. in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Dance from Oberlin College.