Ali Hiple is a Policy Analyst working with CLF’s Healthy & Resilient Communities and Environmental Justice programs. In this role she advances the organization’s work on climate change resilience, transportation, and environmental justice. Before joining CLF Ali worked for the City of Medford’s Office of Planning, Development, and Sustainability. Prior to that, she spent four years at the Trust for Public Land where she worked as an urban park researcher and consultant, providing support for city park systems around the country.
Ali holds an MS in Environmental Policy and Planning and a Certificate in GIS from Tufts University, and a BA in Environmental Studies and English from St. Lawrence University. She enjoys live music, reading, and spending as much time as she can outside. Ali is originally from New Jersey and credits the state’s beautiful preserved areas as well as its industrial history for developing her interest in environmental issues.