Dr. Jennifer Galvin has been with the Henry David Thoreau Foundation since its earliest days, helping transform a mere idea into reality. She heads the Foundation's investments in Thoreau Scholars and faculty grantees to catalyze and support environmental leadership. A scientist by training, Jennifer is determined to drive societal progress and connect people with social and environmental challenges. Her investigations and communications have contributed to a greater understanding of global health, particularly for island and coastal populations. Jennifer holds a Doctor of Science (ScD) in environmental health from the Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program at the Harvard School of Public Health, a Master of Public Health (MPH) in environmental epidemiology from Yale, and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in aquatic biology from Brown. As founder of reelblue, LLC, Jennifer is also internationally recognized as a filmmaker who connects art with science to inspire social transformation. More about Jennifer here.