Member of the Supervisory Board
Erin Beasley is based in Washington, DC working in the non-profit sector on international climate change policy and efforts to protect and restore ecosystems for climate adaptation in Latin America and Africa. Prior to her current work, Erin was the recipient of a Gruber Fellowship for Global Justice and Women’s Rights in Cochabamba, Bolivia where she designed, implemented and evaluated capacity-building programs for women farmers on climate change adaptation and agroecology. Erin completed a masters degree at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies with a focus on agricultural resilience to climate change and also worked as the Program Officer for the Tropical Resources Institute. She has served on country delegations at climate negotiations and carried out opportunity analyses for REDD+ in Mexico. Erin speaks fluent Spanish, intermediate Portuguese, elementary French and elementary Quechua, and spends equal time gardening, hiking and climbing when she is not at the office.