Project Coordinator (Seattle)
Joining the Center as a project coordinator in June 2017, Shane provides support through workshop facilitation and organization as well as research and reporting.
Prior to joining the Center, Shane was the lead modeler and co-facilitator for a US-AID funded project aiming to improve climate change adaptation while nurturing biodiversity and developing resilient management capacity of the Limpopo River Catchment of South Africa. He developed tools and a visual user interface used to facilitate strategic conversations that explored integrative management solutions among groups along the lower Olifants including Kruger National Park, mining, industry and waste water treatment works representatives. This process has since been scaled up to include national-level outreach and artifacts have been used to train master’s students in the Netherlands.
Shane received training at four European universities, earning a joint degree and participating in projects that ranged from sustainable tourism in arctic Norway to housing & well-being in the U.K. – the latter a collaboration with University College London.
Updated on 7/19/177