Intern, Canada Hub
Erin Gleeson is a Masters student in Geography at McGill University and is interested in the role agrobiodiversity plays in sustainable and resilient agricultural systems. Her M.Sc. research investigates the relationship between crop diversity and landscape complexity, including how the spatial arrangement of landscapes may influence patterns of crop diversity at different scales, both regionally and globally. She has previously worked on conservation and food security initiatives at international organizations in both Germany and Canada. She is part of the Leadership in Environmental and Digital Innovation for Sustainability- LEADS fellowship program, and is primarily working on on SDA/Future Earth's DISA project. In her free time, she enjoys strength training, hiking, and exploring new spots in Montréal.