Samantha Meysohn

Samantha Meysohn brings eight years of professional experience in the environmental field, studying, implementing, and supporting projects on topics ranging from climate change adaptation, human-elephant conflict, and biodiversity informatics. Prior to becoming an Associate at Kearns & West, she completed a year-long Apprenticeship in Conservation Conflict Transformation with the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding, transforming deeply-rooted, identity-based social conflicts surrounding wildlife conservation and natural resource management. At Kearns & West, she supports process design and facilitation for collaboration among tribal, federal, and state representatives and stakeholders to address complex natural resource management topics. Samantha earned her bachelor’s degree at Barnard College and her master’s degree from the Yale School of the Environment.