Elizabeth Todd is a Dangermond Fellow working out of Audubon’s policy headquarters in Washington, DC. During her time as an undergraduate at Washington and Lee University, she specialized in Western water management, Western water law and policy, and developing conservation strategies in the face of global climate change. As a Dangermond Fellow, Todd is excited to work with the policy, Working Lands, and Western Water teams to provide comprehensive GIS-based products, applications, and tools. Additionally, Todd is also excited to work for a conservation organization with such visible diversity and inclusion initiatives. She is excited to make the conservation, ornithology, and birding spaces more inclusive for individuals who have traditionally been excluded from these spaces.