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Tiana Wilson-Blindman

Master of Environmental Management 2021
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Tiana received her Master of Environmental Management from Yale School of the Environment in 2021. Prior to Yale, she had worked largely in environmental education, civic education and access, as well as conservation policy in the West. During her time at Yale, she focused her studies on the intersections of energy, natural resource management, just transitions, Indigenous rights, and environmental justice. She also assisted Prof Gerald Torres in the formation of the Center for Environment at Yale.

Since finishing her degree, she has continued on to the University of California, Berkeley - School of Law to pursue a JD, focusing on the intersections of environmental law and Native American Law. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder in Environmental Studies & Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.