Michaela Koke is an Associate in the Philanthropy Services Practice at CEA. She works across several environmental issue areas such as climate change, resilience, conservation, and forestry, for clients such as the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Erol Foundation, and the Environmental Defense Fund. She supports the Climate Breakthrough Project as a Project Associate. The Climate Breakthrough Project funds innovative strategies in social, behavioral, economic, and policy change that can make a globally significant impact on carbon emissions.
Prior to joining CEA, Michaela interned with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Merck Family Fund, and environmental non-profits. She has also conducted research for the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems and the Vermont Law School Haiti Development Initiative.
Michaela has bachelor’s degrees in Environmental Studies and International Affairs from Lewis & Clark College and a master’s degree with distinction in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School.