Diana Jaramillo is a Global Risk and Resilience Analyst at the Environmental Change Institute. Diana’s research aims at modeling the spatial nature of risks and vulnerabilities in infrastructure systems from current and future climate hazards and analyzing options for network adaptation to enhance resilience. She is currently supporting the UK FCDO High Volume Transport (HVT) Project, ‘Decision Support Systems for Resilient Strategic Transport Networks’.
Before joining the team, Diana graduated with a distinction from the MSc program in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford. She also holds a BSc degree in Environmental Engineering from Columbia University, where she also graduated with honors. Diana has previously worked in greenhouse gas mitigation and sustainability consulting, focused on carbon accounting, emission reduction strategies, and multiple-benefits analysis.