Meet the Team

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UNHSPS-team-KatKaterina (Kat for short) graduated from UNH with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering in 2015, and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering at UNH. Kat traveled to Toh Kpalime for an assessment trip in August 2014. In addition to her work with UNHSPS,  Kat will be conducting graduate research on drinking water in Holland this year.

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Zack graduated from UNH with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering in 2014, and was responsible for conducting life cycle and sustainability analyses for the PV system. In addition to his environmental engineering work, Zack traveled with Katerina to Toh Kpalime in August 2014 for the assessment trip. Zack is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering at UNH. He is currently conducting graduate research in Australia, making him the envy of many of his teammates.

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Tegan graduated from UNH with a B.A. in Political Science in 2014 and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Political Science at UNH. Tegan conducted research on sustainable development strategies, and provides design and communication support to the team. In addition to her work with UNHSPS, Tegan is a graphic and cartographic designer, and conducts graduate research on the politics of climate change adaptation.

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Abygail graduated from UNH with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering in 2014. She is currently working as an engineer in Boston. Abygail contributed to the project’s PV system design and the environmental sustainability assessment as part of her senior project at UNH.

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Taygra graduated from UNH with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and International Affairs in 2014, and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree at the University of Colorado Boulder. Taygra is responsible for the design of the support structure for the PV system.

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