Masters in Design Studies, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Justin's work with ISET-International is focused urban climate resilience, where he provides technical assistance to ISET-International partners, documents the outcomes and learnings from resilience processes, and assists with the design of stakeholder engagement processes. He joined ISET-International after completing a one-year Henry Luce Scholarship with the Thailand Environment Institute in Bangkok and a two-year fellowship with Meridian Institute in Colorado. His previous work has focused on the design and management of collaborative processes to address complex public policy challenges on topics including urban and community resilience, forestry, water resources, agriculture, and energy. He is widely recognized for his knowledge of collaborative processes and is the 2012 recipient of the National Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution Award. Justin attended Colorado College as a Boettcher Scholar and graduated with distinction in biology in 2009. Justin speaks English, Thai, and Spanish.
Urban climate resilience;
Design of stakeholder engagement;
Design and management of collaborative processes;
Urban and community resilience