I use collaborative research and holistic analysis approaches to describe systems and model decision impact pathways. I work with diverse groups including researchers, food activists, small-scale farmers and indigenous communities to address issues of direct relevance and offer new lenses through which to view the development process. My work is related to human ecology, ethnobotany and agrobiodiversity.
PhD in Agricultural Sciences, 2018
University of Kassel
MSc in Sustainable International Agriculture/International Organic Agriculture, 2011
George-August University Göttingen/University of Kassel
BA in Human Ecology, 2003
College of the Atlantic