Haley’s work focuses on GIS mapping, which includes designing web application and story maps in support of the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative and providing mapping support for the Five-Year Review and Community Planning teams. Haley conducts economic and data analysis about the beneficial effects of redevelopment at Superfund Sites. She also helps to develop strategic site reuse plans for communities and provides support to the Graphics team.
Haley’s background is in Geology, and her academic interests lie at the intersection of climate change and hydrogeology.
As global climate change disproportionally impacts marginalized communities, it becomes increasingly apparent that social equity and environmental issues are inextricably entwined. We must all do what we can to mitigate these effects on whatever scale we are able to and hold those responsible for large-scale pollution accountable.
Exuberant, detail oriented, hard-working, compassionate
Hobby paleontologist, expert friend, podcast enthusiast, geoscience nerd, and Charlottesville Derby Dame
BA, Geology (Environmental Concentration)
The College of William & Mary
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