We are thrilled to introduce a highly experienced climate scientist with an extensive background in research and program management. With over 10 years of research experience, our candidate has worked with national agencies and research organizations in the DC area, leading multi-institutional and international collaborative projects. Their expertise includes climate variability, climate model diagnostics and evaluation, and sub-seasonal prediction.
Our candidate is an accomplished leader, coordinator, and systems thinker, with strong writing and presentation skills. They are committed to sincerity, inclusiveness, and empowering their team. As a Project Engineer/Program Scientist, they played a crucial role in developing the NOAA Unified Forecast System, engaging forecasters, and defining funding priorities.
With over 19 peer-reviewed publications, 1231 citations, and an h-Index of 15, their research and achievements have been recognized with multiple awards, including the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Award for Scientific Achievement. Our candidate holds a Ph.D. in Climate Dynamics from George Mason University, VA. We believe their talents, experience, and passion for climate science make them the ideal candidate.
Highly experienced climate scientist with a background in research and program management. Skilled in leadership, project management, and systems thinking.