Elyse Doerr is a Climate Change Communications Resource Assistant partnered with the Northwest Climate Hub via Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS). She is finishing up a Master’s in Integrated Natural Resources at the University of Idaho, focusing primarily on Urban Ecology and Ecological Restoration. As a fellow, Elyse will spend time providing support on a variety of projects that will focus on synthesizing scientific information to make the information digestible and accurate. She hopes to help communities and land managers get a better footing on climate science in order for communities in the Northwest better prepare for a changing landscape. Prior to starting here, Elyse worked a social media coordinator for a digital marketing agency. Also, Elyse spent many years as an English as a Second Language (ESL) assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in English-Literature.