Yolanda C. Lin, PhD
Yolanda is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico in the department of Geography and Environmental Studies who loves to blend science and art to see the world in new ways. Her research focuses on natural hazards, risks, and disasters. She is also a data visualization enthusiast, a dedicated cat mom, and an avid gardener.
Tybur is a PhD candidate at the University of New Mexico in the department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering. Their background is in development of electrochemical sensing of Arsenic in water with well oriented gold surfaces. Community oriented engineering and science communication is a passion of theirs and is incorporated into each piece of their work.
Marisol Meyer Driovínto
Marisol Meyer is a visual artist and graphic designer from New Mexico, currently pursuing her master's degree in Community and Regional Planning at the University of New Mexico. She holds a bachelor's degree in Architecture and Design from UNM and has completed an online certificate in Biomimicry, which has furthered her understanding of sustainable design principles. She is passionate about building capacity for resilient communities and envisioning our collective shared future. As a lifelong resident of New Mexico, Marisol has a deep connection to its diverse communities and is committed to creating sustainable development solutions that respect the unique cultural and ecological contexts of the region.