Please join us in welcoming the newest member of our team, Mary Jane Andreas, as our Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator. Meet Mary Jane and learn more about her role at the Alliance in today’s blog.
Please join us in welcoming the newest member of our team! Mary Jane Andreas (she/her) is taking on a new role at the Climate Science Alliance as our Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator. Mary Jane is an enrolled member of the Bishop Paiute Tribe and recently completed her Master of Business Administration from the University of Redlands. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Race and Ethnic Studies with an emphasis in Native American Studies, also from the University of Redlands.
At the Climate Science Alliance, Mary Jane will cultivate and support coastal climate resilience and build community with Native and Indigenous communities and partners throughout the region. Mary Jane will support the Tribal Working Group, the next phase of the Stewardship Pathways Training Program, and lay the foundation for our new Tribal Coastal Initiative (more info soon!).
Outside of work Mary Jane enjoys traveling the world (ask her about her last trip to Europe, snowshoeing in Bosnia, or olive oil tasting in Tuscany), spending time with friends and family, gardening, experimenting in the kitchen, and loving on her cat Pumpkin.
Learn more about Mary Jane here.