Humna Sharif is a Master of Environmental Management Candidate at the Yale School of the Environment where she focuses on Water Resource Science & Management and Environmental Policy Analysis.
She is interested in exploring the interconnectedness of freshwater systems with land, and how we can address issues of water quantity/quality through ecosystems management practices, and policy changes. This summer she worked with the National Park Conservation Association (NPCA) on issues of water and land conservation in the Western US. During the school year, Humna also works with the Career Development Office at YSE, and as a peer editor for the Yale Environment Review.
She holds a BA in Environmental Sciences, and Environmental Thought & Practice from the University of Virginia and worked at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) in Washington D.C prior to beginning her graduate work.