Natalie Kozlowski is a Staff Associate II for the Climate Impacts Group at the Center for Climate Systems Research. She serves as a scientific communicator and assists with the creation of visual representations to communicate key research findings to a variety of audiences. With a background in both academic research and public communications, Natalie is passionate about bridging the gap between climate research and public understanding and engagement.
Before joining CCSR, Natalie worked for Clark Conservation District in southwestern Washington where she acted as a communications coordinator between the District’s technical programs, such as livestock management and riparian habitat conservation, and the general public. Natalie received her Master of Science from the University of Oregon in Geography and Paleoecology, where she researched vegetation structure and fire frequency in the Puget Lowland throughout the Holocene. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University in Environmental Geology where she also played Division I soccer.