I help NGOs, think tanks, and businesses unpack climate issues and strategize solutions that can benefit people and the planet.
Photo by: Lauren Dukes
I'm a Floridian turned expat, turned NYC-transplant. In our increasingly complex world, we need flexible strategists who understand how intersectionality affects our lives.
In both my academic and professional experiences, I've worked at the intersections of: resource governance, conflict, climate, social justice, international development, transparency, and security. I strive to make complex information accessible and actionable for meaningful policy change and strategic guidance. After years of consulting and writing experiences, I founded the not-for-profit, Impact Human, in 2015. Impact Human uses photography, interviews, and policy research to educate the public on human rights and environmental injustices faced by communities coping with climate change and pollution.
Currently available for consultations, writing and speaking engagements, and longer-term projects.
I've written op-eds and policy deep-dives on climate and foreign policy issues for publications ranging from: LSE Ideas, The Global Policy Journal, Policy Mic, and the World Politics Review. I've also written and consulted on policy reports for clients ranging from: Dalberg Research, CDP, E3G, Oil Change International, DFID, the World Bank, and others.
Currently seeking a literary agent and publisher for a forthcoming book.
March 2020, Podcast Interviewee for the Climate 2020 Online Climate Conference's 'Climate Chats' series: 'Climate Chats Episode 001 - Martha Molfetas'.
June 2019 at Caveat NYC - Speaker and Storyteller for 'Generation 30s' at Generation Women: "A love letter to... Miami and the places climate change will forever alter".
January - March 2015, Climate Justice Expert for the "E-Consult on Global Climate Governance at the Intersection of Human Security & Justice" with the Hague Institute for Global Justice.
December 2013, Lima COP20 - Climate Justice Expert for Consultation on "Global Climate Governance at the Intersection of Human Security & Justice"; an event with the Hague Institute for Global Justice & the Stimson Center.
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Photography has been published in B&W Magazine, featured in various projects with Impact Human, and showcased in gallery exhibitions at the Southeastern Center for Photography and the Art Haus in Florida, and at Gallery Max in NYC for Impact Human's Sandy Retrospective.
For more project-based images, see recent projects at Impact Human, including: Miami Sea Level Rise, Sandy: [A Retrospective], and Another Summer Lost: Algae and Red Tide Blooms in Fort Myers.
For film photography and other projects, you can check out my LensCulture Profile and Portfolio here.