Kirsten Jaglo has 20 years of experience related to climate change and agriculture, including work on adaptation, capacity building, and greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and emissions. She has significant experience working and living internationally, managing multidisciplinary teams, and negotiating and working with U.S. government agencies, foreign governments, international organizations, industry, and nongovernmental organizations (NGO).
Dr. Jaglo is a teacher of scientific principles to diverse audiences, with extensive experience building consensus among diverse stakeholders combined with scientific, analytic, and communication skills. She specializes in issues related to climate change adaptation, agriculture, and water quality.
Dr. Jaglo has a Ph.D. in Crop and Soil Sciences from Michigan State University.