Combining Multi-Satellite Observations, Modeling, and Earth System Data Assimilation for Understanding Observed and Projected Sea-Level Change

My research interests focus on combining observations and models of Earth’s ice sheets to understand the processes that drive their change and to improve projections of sea-level rise. I have a broad background and leadership experience in scientific research and engineering, including management of a NASA satellite ground system software development task, supervision of undergraduate researchers, and participation in community-wide efforts, with an organizational role as a member of the Greenland Ocean Forcing Working Group for the Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project for CMIP6 (ISMIP6), as a data contributor to the Ice-sheet Mass Balance Intercomparison Exercise (IMBIE), and as a member of the current NASA Sea-Level Change Team (N-SLCT).