Connor Magee

Research and Data Applications Manager

Connor grew up in the rich ecosystems of his Southern California Tribal community and has made it a mission to advocate for the important relationships and responsibilities associated with Southern Californian natural and working lands. Connor works closely with scientists, managers, agricultural partners, Tribal representatives, and other partners to support climate adaptation and climate mitigation strategies within ecosystem stewardship. His professional background encompasses work with various stakeholders to establish and expand innovative alliances to accelerate effective problem-solving among resource managers, scientists, and decision-makers. Connor is a Pala Tribal citizen (Payomkawichum/Cahuilla) and he works to integrate his peoples’ Traditional Ecological Knowledge with emerging and innovative technologies. Connor is also a current PhD student in Ecology at the University of California, Davis. Integrating his work at the Climate Science Alliance with graduate research in carbon sequestration at the John Muir Institute of the Environment-Working Lands Innovation Center. As well as, a National Science Foundation Trainee at the Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute-Sustainable Oceans.

Connor Magee