Jacqueline Richard, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Jackie is a Project Manager at the Climate Risk Institute. She has worked in the fields of environmental monitoring and assessment, project management, and climate change impacts and adaptation for the past 20 years. For the last 14 years, Jacqueline has focused her work on climate change impacts and adaptation. She has worked with a wide variety of groups seeking help in the field of climate change impacts and adaptation including First Nation communities, Conservation Authorities, Municipalities, Provincial Ministries and Federal Departments, and non-profit organizations.
She has acquired experience in a variety of areas including analysis of historical climate data, presentation of climate projections, assessment of adaptive capacity, vulnerability and risk assessment processes, policy review, development of adaptation and implementation plans, and communicating the science of climate change impacts and adaptation.
Helping manage the team and projects at CRI, Jacqueline is also responsible for project management tasks, including project and financial reporting to funding agencies, as well as managing staff, timelines and deliverables, and producing project and workshop reports.