Take advantage of opportunities to give back to the climate adaptation field and help shape its future!

Serve in the Resilience Dialogues

Serve in the ASAP Mentorship Program

Serve on an Advisory Group or Working Group

Thank you to all of ASAP’s volunteers!


Serve in the Resilience Dialogues

The Resilience Dialogues is a public-private collaboration that works to build climate-resilient communities through facilitated dialogues among scientists, practitioners, and community leaders. ASAP and the U.S. Global Change Research Program work in close coordination on the design, development, and implementation of this effort, along with support from the American Geophysical Union’s Thriving Earth Exchange, the Meridian Institute, and other public and private entities.

Participate in the Resilience Dialogues Strategy Discussions: The completion of our Fall 2018 dialogues marks more than 20 communities served by the program over the past three years. We have heard from many of you that now is a good opportunity to think about how our program can scale and grow so that we are able to bring even more value to more communities. We agree, and are grateful to be able to thoughtfully consider strategic issues like how to successfully and equitably recruit small and underserved communities to participate in the Resilience Dialogues, and how to measure the impact of our program in terms of its contributions to community climate resilience. We hope you will contribute your ideas to this process! Please reach out to Rachel Jacobson at [email protected] if you would like to be contacted about opportunities to participate.


Serve in the ASAP Mentorship Program

The ASAP Mentorship Program connects emerging climate resilience and adaptation professionals with accomplished ASAP members. The program provides a nine month framework for engagement focused around the needs of the mentee, and gives the mentor an opportunity share their professional knowledge, experience, and network. Our next Mentorship Program Cohort will begin January 2019. 


Serve on an Advisory Group or Working Group

Registry Project Working Group: ASAP and our partners at EcoAdapt are convening climate change adaptation professionals to help us create a process for connecting climate adaptation service providers with service seekers. This opportunity is now closed. Thank you to our volunteers!

Professional Education Member Advisory Group: ASAP’s new Member Advisory Group on Professional Education will convene every 1-2 months between November 2018-September 2019 to explore the education and professional development needs of adaptation professionals and help define ASAP’s role in this space. This opportunity is now closed. Thank you to our volunteers!


Thank you to all of ASAP’s volunteers! Our programs are a success because of your time and effort!

 

Resilience Dialogues

Facilitators

Barrett Ristroph
Cara Pike
Caroline Walz
Melissa Goodwin
Steve Adams
Anna Marandi
Becky Kreutter
Brad Spangler
Caroline Lowenthal
David Sittenfeld
Ines Pearce
Maggie Allen
Natalie Bennett
Sarah Walen
Sarah Zerbonne

 

Subject Matter Experts

Aaron Ferguson
Alessandra Jerolleman
Ann Kosmal
Anne Waple
B.J. Baule
Beth Gibbons
Christina Hudson
Chris Weaver
Daniel Brown
Derek Kauneckis
Devon McGhee
Barrett Ristroph
Emily Wasley
Jennifer Jurado
Josh Foster
Josh Stack
Justin Kates
Karen Metchis
Katherine Hagemann
Kathy Jacobs
Katie Spidalieri
Katy Maher
Kendall Starkman
Kimberly Duong
Lisa Craig
Marcus Griswold
Marni Koopman
Matt McRae
Megan Susman
Melissa Goodwin
Michael Boswell
Missy Stults
Nik Steinberg
Patrick Marchman
Roderick Scott
Saharnaz Mirzazad
Sarah Dooling
Sascha Petersen
Sebastian Malter
Sherry Godlewski
Steve Adams
Ted Wong
Yoon Kim

Allison Crimmins
Arrietta Chakos
Bessie Schwartz
Brian Alexander
Brian Soden
Carolyn Kousky
Chris Bergh
Christine Kirchoff
Craig Allen
David Behar
Don Wuebbles
Dr. Toni Lyn Morelli
EJ Isaac
Ellen Mecray
Eric Dregne
Eric Wojchik
James Knighton
James O’Donnell
Jayantha Obeysekera
John Balbus
John Shonder
John Van Hoesen
Josh Murphy
JR Killigrew
Kathleen White
Kevin Noone
Kristin Riott
Larry Atkinson
Laurelyn Sandkamp
Lesley Jantarasami
Lindy Lowe
Louisa Evers
Lynn Wingard
Mahmud Faroque
Mari Tye
Matt Anderson
Matt Lyttle
Michael Kleeman
Michelle Tigchelaar
Naama Raz-Yaseef
Natasha Udu-gama
Robin White
Ron McCormick
Russell Jackson
Samantha Danchuk
Schuyler Brown
Scott Boylston
Sheri Moore
Sherry Stout
Susan Durden
Teddy Lhoutellier
Terry Fairbanks
Thomas Ruppert
Tim Barzyk
Trish Castranio
William Siembieda

 

General Volunteers

Aleka Seville
Adam Fullerton
Adam Terando
Alex Bryan

 

Mentorship Program

Co-Chairs

Katharine Stover
Russ Sands
Sierra Woodruff
Monica Gregory

 

Mentors

Andrew Gunther
Emily Korman
Emily Wasley
Galen Treuer
Gavin Dillingham
George Haddow
Jessica Whitehead
John Bolduc
John Phillips
Jonathan Cook
Josh Foster
Kaitlin Harris
Kelly Pflicke
Kevin Doyle
Kif Scheuer
Kristin Baja
Lara Whitely Binder
Michael Dexter
Melissa Deas
Patrick Marchman
Richard Moss
Robin O’Malley
Sascha Petersen
Sherry Stout
Dr. Tiffany Wise-West

 

Advisory and Working Groups

Co-Chairs

Missy Stults
Hugh ‘Gil’ Peach

 

Members

Ann Goodman
Ann Kosmal
Ayala Cnaan
Beth Gibbons
Cara Pike
Carol Davis
Chris Swanston
Doug Melnick
Edward Saltzberg
Emily Wasley
Erica Mooney
Franziska Alesso-Bendisch
Helena Rim
Jacob Pollack
Jeanine Petterson
Jennifer Boehme
Jessica Hitt
Joel Smith
Joseph DeAngelis
Josh Foster
Julia Kim
Justine Lacey
Kendall Starkman
Kevin Doyle
Kif Scheuer
Kristin Kelleher
Lara Hansen
Lisa Friend
Marcus Griswold
Mark Howden
Melissa Deas
Michael Dexter
Molly Johnson
Nancy Cofer-Shabica
Nancy Gilliam
Ned Gardiner
Patrick Marchman
Rachel Gregg
Rachel Jacobson
Russ Sands
Ryan Johnson
Sascha Petersen
Steve Adams
Tonya Graham
Vidya Balasubramanya

 

Interest Groups and Hubs

Co-Chairs

Angela Wong
Dan Barry
Doug Parsons
Emily Wasley
George Haddow
Hannah Doress
Ira Feldman
Jessica Grannis
Julie Curti
Kari Hewitt
Katharine Pan
Katie Miller
Kendall Starkman
Lisa Granquist
Mary Sutter
Meredith Herr

 

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