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Rachel Swanwick is the Environmental Science Research Associate at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). In this role, she assists with SESYNC’s program development and research initiatives.
Prior to joining SESYNC, Rachel has worked across disciplines with an overarching focus on conservation and stewardship. Rachel has experience as a scientific program analyst, environmental science educator, and U.S. Forest Service Ranger. She has also worked on habitat restoration projects at Brandeis University, the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Respectively, she contributed to research projects on forest distribution patterns in Walden Woods, MA, climatic gradients in the endangered Renosterveld region, and invasive species management.
Rachel received B.A.s in Environmental Studies and International and Global Studies from Brandeis University in 2015.