Emily Romano joined ClimeCo in 2020 as a Project Manager. Prior to joining ClimeCo, she worked as an environmental consultant in soil and groundwater remediation. Her current focus involves projects that use nature-based solutions. In graduate school at Northern Arizona University, she studied the influence of a warming Arctic climate on Alaskan permafrost soil carbon stocks and participated in outreach events sharing climate and ecosystem science with students, the public, and scientists. She also studied soil science and agronomy at West Virginia University’s Organic Agriculture Research Farm, which is among the largest certified organic research farms dedicated to teaching, research, and outreach.
Emily earned her Master of Environmental Science and Policy from Northern Arizona University in 2018, a Master of Science in Agronomy from West Virginia University in 2014, and a B.S. in Earth Science from Syracuse University in 2011.