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Anna Marshall

2019 and Students

Fall 2019

I was a freshman at Fordham University in the Bronx when Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast. I declared my major early, environmental studies and urban studies, but Hurricane Sandy made me very interested about how communities prepare, recover and adapt to coastal hazards, and how professionals can build a career by working with people and places to prepare for the many impacts of climate change. I am now a student in the Master of City and Regional Planning Program at Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, graduating in 2021. I am interested in Coastal Planning, Resiliency, and incorporating sustainability measures and nature-based solutions into communities to reduce the risks from climate change.