Modeling & Analytics Research Scientist
"Unprecedented global environmental change presents unique challenges in the protection of human and ecological health. At EcoHealth Alliance, I am thrilled to be part of a multidisciplinary team working to develop cutting-edge tools to inform effective, science-based decision making at the local to global scale."
Emma Mendelsohn works with EcoHealth Alliance’s Modeling & Analytics team, interpreting data from the USAID-funded PREDICT project to create good-sense interventions to protect the health of people, animals, and the environment. A trained environmental scientist and data analyst, Mendelsohn’s analytical skills help to translate data points into actionable goals and policies.
Before joining EcoHealth Alliance, Mendelsohn worked as a consultant analyzing data for several clients in the environmental health and ecology sphere. She holds a Master’s of Environmental Management from Duke University and a Bachelor’s in Earth and Environmental Sciences from Wesleyan University.