RENEW Project Assistant Kelley Mosher

Kelley Mosher

Kelley is passionate about strengthening the economic assets and social opportunities of Western New York’s communities to grow as an equitable and resilient region.

“Good governance is central to policy innovation at the local level and collaboration is crucial in executing regional visions. I am excited to participate in the City’s continued implementation of the Five Cities Energy Program and to facilitate community, government and university connections as Buffalo communicates its climate action strategy”.

Education:

M.U.P. Urban and Regional Planning - community health and food systems, University at Buffalo

B.S. Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies - environmental policy and education, University at Buffalo

B.A. Environmental Design, University at Buffalo

 

Previous Experience:

Resilient Buildings Lab – Graduate research assistant, University at Buffalo

Delaware North Companies – Sustainable food sourcing intern, Buffalo, NY

Western New York Prosperity Fellowship – Fellow, Class of 2017, Buffalo, NY

Department of Urban and Regional Planning – Student assistant to the Chair, University at Buffalo

Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab – Graduate research assistant, University at Buffalo