Emily Tucker is a student at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where she studies environmental policy with a focus on climate change and energy. At FES she serves as a graduate teaching fellow for the Climate Change Policy and Perspectives course and is the Yale Program on Climate Change Communications’ social media manager. She spent the summer of 2019 in the office of U.S. Congresswoman Chellie Pingree working on legislation and conducting policy research on a number of topics related to climate change, natural resources, agriculture, and energy. Before arriving at Yale, she worked as a policy analyst for the Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association, where she participated in federal, regional, and state policymaking processes. She holds an A.B. in earth and oceanographic science and environmental studies from Bowdoin College, where she conducted multidisciplinary research on the relationship between changing paleoclimates and early human settlement in arctic and sub-arctic regions.