Anna Zaytseva, B.A. (Hons), M.Sc.
Anna is an Advisory and Technical Services Liaison of the Climate Risk Institute. She is passionate about sustainable development, climate change adaptation and risk assessment. Her experience includes working on place-based projects studying key drivers of change, modelling alternative future scenarios and researching impacts of climate change and weather extremes on the agricultural sector. Anna has 10 years of experience working with weather, climate and geospatial data in a variety of settings, including government and academia. She is proficient in geospatial and statistical modeling software and has in-depth knowledge of spatial analysis technologies. At the Climate Risk Institute Anna provides support on a number of projects and tools including Climate Change Hazards Information Portal (CCHIP), Ontario Regional Adaptation Collaborative, Development and Delivery of a Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Training for Professional Planners in Ontario, and a Scoping Study on Climate Change Adaptation Training Materials, Tools and Resources in Canada.
She holds an MSc in Physical Geography from Carleton University and a BA (Hons) in Geography, Geomatics and Spatial Analysis from the University of Ottawa.