Robi is a Research Analyst at the Center. She recently completed a Master of Public Policy degree at OSU. Her graduate thesis work included an evaluation of a clean cook stove initiative in Guatemala and she worked as a graduate research assistant on projects involving international education and U.S. climate change perceptions. As an undergraduate, she studied Environmental Science at Washington State University and spent her summers working with the National Park Service. Between her undergraduate and master’s programs, Robi served as an Environmental Education volunteer with the Peace Corps in rural Nicaragua where she became fluent in Spanish. She is excited to start work at the Center, and in particular is interested in STEM learning opportunities for rural and immigrant populations.