Meredith directs the resource and training center at Climate Access, producing climate communication and engagement guidance for nonprofit and government leaders who want to create momentum and build support for inclusive climate solutions. She tracks best practices and public opinion trends, facilitates training services, manages cutting-edge pilot projects, conducts media analyses, develops case studies, and translates research into effective communications and outreach strategies and tools.
Meredith’s enthusiasm for climate communications began during her time at Earthjustice where she investigated the social values that influence environmental engagement. Previously, she explored the dynamics of personal and societal transformation with grassroots social change leaders as an assistant research scientist at the Research Center for Leadership in Action. Meredith has a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Vassar College and a Masters of Public Administration in Public Policy Analysis from New York University’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.