Anna Doty is a master in city planning candidate in Environmental Policy and Planning at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning. As a research assistant for the Science Impact Collaborative, Anna contributes to the design of role-based simulation games and public workshops to engage stakeholders in Cambridge in planning for the public health risks of climate change. In her work and research, Anna is dedicated to the use of participatory planning and ecosystem services principles to create more resilient, accessible, and ecologically vibrant urban coastlines. Prior to joining DUSP, she worked as a lobbyist and outreach campaigner at the Environmental Defense Fund, advocating for strong state climate and clean energy policies. Anna graduated with a B.S. in Earth Systems from Stanford University.