Knowledge Tools and Research Specialist
Talia Chorover is a Knowledge Tools and Research Specialist with the NDC Partnership Support Unit. She works on the Knowledge and Learning team to capture and share insights and trends across the Partnership’s work.
Before joining the NDC Partnership, Talia worked with the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) at the World Resources Institute, conducting high-impact research for the GCA’s flagship report. Prior to this, Talia conducted long-term climate research as a field ecologist in Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks. She has also worked at Clean Water Action in Boston as an environmental consultant and paralegal.
Talia holds an MS in Natural Resources from Cornell University with a focus on community-based climate adaptation, and a BA in Geology and Environmental Studies from Oberlin College.