Dr. Elizabeth Bagley designs experiences, initiatives, and tools to connect people with researched, relevant, and relatable information about the most impactful climate change solutions we can take to help people and the planet thrive together.
She frequently speaks and teaches about sustainability solutions at conferences, workshops, academic settings, and corporate events. Elizabeth serves on the board of the American Camp Association, is an active member of the Green Scientific Advisory Group for the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and was an inaugural Fellow for the Sustainability in Science Museums Fellowship at Arizona State University.
Before joining Project Drawdown, Elizabeth directed sustainability efforts at the California Academy of Sciences and designed the science content for video games and books at LeapFrog. An experienced environmental educator, Elizabeth taught middle and high school science in Louisiana, K-12 science pedagogy to teachers, and science communication to graduate students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.