Lisa Sheridan is a Research and Communications Fellow at Climate Central, working with the Climate Matters Program. She graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a certificate in Environmental Studies.
Her senior thesis reflected her particular interest in the humanistic side of ecology, examining the intersections of sustainable agriculture and conservation in analyzing the effect of grazing on rare wetland plant species in Central Florida. At Princeton, she took part in fieldwork experiences in Florida, Costa Rica and a study abroad field semester in Kenya. She also founded the Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition - a student group which aims to bring social justice priorities to the fore in the environmental movement.