Graduate Student Research Assistant, University of Michigan
Devin Gill is a PhD Student at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) studying the production of actionable knowledge, specifically how to ensure greater equity and scaling up of community engagement in climate research. She has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan’s Program in the Environment and History, as well as a Master of Science from UM SEAS with concentrations in Behavior, Education, and Communication as well as Conservation Ecology. With more than 10 years experience working as a stakeholder engagement practitioner, she has worked on issues of deforestation in Malawi, non-native invasive species control in West Virginia, and on a range of water quality management issues in the Great Lakes region. As a Graduate Student Research Assistant with GLISA, her future work will focus on assessing the role of co-produced knowledge in building adaptive capacity in the Great Lakes region in response to climate change.