Hilary Stevens is a geologist and environmental scientist with extensive experience in coastal resource management and a particular affinity for island communities. She serves as a member of Coastal Risk’s science team as well as the company liaison in Washington, DC. Earlier, she worked at the Coastal Resources Center at the University of Rhode Island, where she developed climate change adaptation programs for coastal communities in West Africa and Southeast Asia. She has also worked in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines. She holds a Master’s from Yale University and BS from Wesleyan University.