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Sabrina Szeto

Master of Forestry 2016
Sabrina  Szeto

Sabrina Szeto spent almost three years as a Geospatial Analyst at Ucross Plains Stewardship Initiative at Yale. There, she managed and advised student research projects on conservation and land management, wrote curricula and taught graduate-level workshops on GIS and remote sensing, and built geospatial tools for land managers on Google Earth Engine’s JavaScript API. She holds a Masters in Forestry from Yale FES. Prior to starting her master’s degree, Sabrina worked at the Housing Development Fund in Stamford, CT on residential energy efficiency policy and finance. At HDF, Sabrina managed a residential energy efficiency stakeholder engagement process involving 60 stakeholders from public, private and civic sectors and implemented a $1.5M energy efficiency retrofit loan for low income households.

Sabrina graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University with an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and a certificate in Linguistics. She passed the CFA Level I exam in June 2014. Sabrina also held a research assistant position with the Yale Community Carbon Fund mapping out home energy assessments and health barriers in low-income communities in Connecticut.