Kendall joined ClimeCo in 2017 and currently serves as a Project Manager for the project development team. She specializes in managing the data associated with ClimeCo’s extensive network of biogas destruction projects and has a deep understanding of the environmental crediting process and quantitative emissions modeling.
In previous years, Kendall conducted research on giraffe social structure associated with land degradation in Laikipia County, Kenya. Using various statistical, image processing, and modeling programs, she analyzed vast data collected through her own fieldwork for publication in biological journals.
Kendall received her Bachelor of Arts in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University with a specialized focus on animal behavior. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Environmental Studies with a focus on sustainability and business strategy at the University of Pennsylvania. She is an avid baker, a novice skateboarder, and a proud Pennsylvania native.