Mikaela is a first-year Master of Environmental Management Candidate at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Mikaela is principally interested in developing systems-based, holistic solutions that deliver co-benefits for the environment, human health and economic livelihoods. Mikaela currently serves as the Climate Change Entrepreneurship Coordinator at CBEY, as well as a CBEY Research Fellow.
Mikaela is the Founder of the apparel start-up, ARJUNA.AG, a sustainable clothing company that aims to mitigate urban environmental health challenges through the integration of design, technology and education. Previously, Mikaela has worked at the non-profit, the Rainforest Alliance, supporting supply chain transformation in major commodity landscapes in the Amazon, and provided strategic consulting for technology and lifestyle companies. She is a contributing writer to the Carnegie Council for Ethnics in International Affairs, and a Board Member of the New York Open Center.
Mikaela holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Columbia University.
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