Tegan May

Sabina Maniak

Research Assistant

Sabina is a graduate student in CU Boulder’s Masters of the Environment program, studying Resilience and Sustainability. Her capstone work focuses on equity and community resilience research in wind energy development with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Her career interests center around equitable resilience and adaptation development in the context of anthropogenic climate change. Before starting at CU, she worked in app design and development, and ran a nonprofit focused on advocacy and accessibility work in international climate policy, attending several UNFCCC meetings internationally. She holds a BA in Linguistics from Washington University in St. Louis.