Véronique Couttee

Véronique started her career as a wildlife biologist in her home country, Mauritius. After a B.S.c in Biology, she specialized as a wildlife ecologist leading and facilitating the monitoring of critically endangered species in the Mascarene islands. In 2018 she relocated to the United States, as a Fulbright scholar, to complete an M.S.c in Biodiversity, Conservation, and Policy at the University at Albany. Her graduate research was an assessment of the impact of environmental leadership training programs on conservation strategies. She also worked for a year as a Geospatial Information System (GIS) Technology Fellow with the National Audubon Society. As the Principal and founder of Geospatial Equity Tech, she is passionate about inclusive leadership research, social and organizational change, strategic planning, and implementation.