Project Manager, New York Officephelps@actionresearch-inc.com
Education: M.S. in Behavior, Education, and Communication, University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources & Environment
As a behavioral scientist, Kaitlin has focused both academically and professionally on improving the environment and creating sustainable communities through effective programming that fosters voluntary behavior change. Her areas of expertise include strategies to change behavior, program evaluation, and social science research. She has applied this expertise in a multitude of environmental and sustainability topics, including recycling, composting, watershed stewardship, and urban agriculture. Her work has been published in the Journal of Applied Environmental Education & Communication, the Washington State Recycling Association newsletter, theInternational Association of Fairs & Expos magazine, and Resource Recycling.
Key Talents: Kaitlin’s curiosity applies to all areas of her life—when she’s not managing our New York projects, she is trying local foods and seeking out the strangest tourist activities she can find. She has sheared a sheep (New Zealand), eaten kangaroo steak (Australia), played with a wolf (California), run a zombie race (New York), co-piloted a plane (Alaska) and enjoyed blood pudding (France).
When not out adventuring, Kaitlin is cooking and baking up a storm.