Emelia

Civic Voice Fellow

Emelia (she/her) supports the Civic Voice Archive initiative through research, thought leadership, and prototype design. She is passionate about the just transition and the ways in which participatory governance and evidence-based policymaking can and will support people and the environment during the shift. Emelia is currently finishing her research on a green economic recovery to complete her master’s degree in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Before attending Fletcher, she worked in research and operations roles in energy access, urban agriculture, and experiential environmental education. Find her at emelia@environmentaldata.org.

Other People

Board Member
Karen
An interdisciplinary environmental health scientist by training, Karen Andrade has expertise in community-based participatory research and a robust track record of engaging diverse communities in science.
Director + Shuttleworth Fellow
Shannon
Shannon is a Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow and Director of the Open Environmental Data Project.
Alum, Civic Voice Intern
Edgar
Edgar was an intern with the Open Environmental Data Project from 2020-21.
Partner, Civic Voice Governance
Lorelei
Lorelei is an expert on building inclusive and informed democratic systems and is a based at the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University as a Fellow.
Director of Data Inclusion
Angela
Angela is an open data and environmental equity champion, supporting communities in environmental monitoring efforts and working on sustainable systems design.
Board Member
Karien
As a Director of the Shuttleworth Foundation, Karien partners with individuals who employ openness as a tool to advance equity and social justice.
Board Member
Sam
Sam Dyson is an educator and physicist committed to better sharing the power, benefits, and wonder of science with all people.
Director of Research and Policy
Elizabeth
Elizabeth co-leads strategy and prototype design, builds partnerships and directs research. She interested in building capacity for collaborative governance and innovation methods that advance environmental stewardship, climate change adaptation and basic scientific research.