Maggie is an Arnhold Environmental Graduate Fellow and a graduate student in EEMB currently finishing her Master's investigating the interactions of large herbivores and climate on plant communities. Through the Arnhold Fellowship, Maggie is assisting two projects, the first analyzes the effectiveness of natural climate solutions, and the second will determine successful conservation planning for projected responses to climate change. Her previous experience includes working as a biologist for a consulting firm, as a lab manager at UCSB, and as a data science intern with NCEAS. Maggie will start her PhD at UCSB in the fall where she will continue to utilize her experience with ecological data science to understand how human impacts on plant communities will change into the future. In her free time, Maggie enjoys swing dancing and playing music with friends.