Kelly Dunn is a highly driven individual committed to making a positive impact on the environment and communities. Currently a student at Stanford University, Kelly is pursuing a Bachelor of Science (BS) and Master of Science (MS) in Earth Systems with a concentration in human-environmental systems and community health. With a vast skillset in conservation, environmental education, and field research, Kelly is dedicated to finding solutions to tackle climate change.
Kelly has held a plethora of positions, including being a Community Energy Design Intern at Shake Energy Collaborative, Research Assistant at Stanford Earth, and Scientific Illustrator at Freelance. Kelly has also worked as a Program Director at Baole, a Peer Advisor at Stanford Earth, a Field Researcher at JMT Wilderness Conservancy, and a Certified Nursing Assistant (NOC Shift) at Atherton Regency. Additionally, Kelly served as an Environmental Journalist at Requipper, Media Intern at Inian Islands Institute, Research Assistant at Stanford University, Sustainability Intern at Stanford University, Workday Leader at the Stanford O'Donahue Farm at Stanford Earth, Research Assistant at UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, and Research Assistant at Hopkins Marine Station.
Kelly is not only an expert in human-environmental systems and community health, but she is also an environmental storyteller with experience in scientific illustration, journalism, and hand-drawn animation. Kelly's dedication to finding innovative solutions to tackling climate change, along with her extensive background in conservation, environmental education, and field research, make her an asset to any organization committed to sustainability.