A love for data and outdoors power Angela’s passion and drive at Earth Economics. As a director and data analyst she excels at identifying and applying sound logic to understand, gather, and visualize data in ways that best fit the problem at hand. As the sole manager of Earth Economics Ecosystem Valuation Toolkit, Angela is no stranger to the value of executing robust methodologies, establishing organization standards, and managing complex projects. When not building beautiful spreadsheets, Angela can be found outside – backpacking, camping, or scuba diving – or inside – cooking, crocheting, or playing piano. Her diverse training in biology, statistics, and applied mathematics make her an invaluable member of the team.
“Ecosystem Services Valuation of the Keweenaw Peninsula.” Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. 2019.
“The Food That Grows Out of The Water, The Economic Benefits of Wild Rice in Minnesota.” Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA. August, 2018.
"The Value of Nature’s Benefits in the St. Louis River Watershed." Earth Economics. June, 2015.
"South Platte Watershed Natural Capital Resource Assessment." Earth Economics. December, 2017.
"The Economic Benefits of the Proposed St. George Unangan Heritage National Marine Sanctuary." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. 2016.
"Economic Benefits of Trails, Parks, and Open Space in the Mat-Su Borough: A Return on Investment Analysis." Earth Economics. December, 2015.
M.S. Applied Mathematics
University of Washington | Seattle, WA
B.S. Mathematics and Biology: Marine Emphasis
Western Washington University | Bellingham, WA