Science Research Fellow
University of Michigan
Missy Stults is a Science Research Fellow at the University of Michigan working on development of the Adaptation Chapter for the U.S. National Climate Assessment. In this role, she is working with leading climate adaptation and mitigation experts to identify major themes and trends in national climate adaptation efforts for distillation into the 2013 National Climate Assessment. Before joining the University of Michigan, Stults was the national Climate Director for ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability where she worked with over 600 local governments to advance their climate mitigation, climate adaptation, and sustainability efforts. Stults received her Masters from Columbia University in Climate and Society and her B.S. from the University of New England in Marine Biology and Environmental Science.