Rishya Narayanan, MS, is a multimedia science communicator specializing in environmental and climate science communications and policy advocacy. As the Conservation Law Foundation’s Climate Communications Strategist, she uses solutions– and values–focused messaging to support CLF’s clean energy and climate work, mobilizing broad audiences towards addressing climate change to protect a safe and healthy future for all.
Before joining, CLF, Rishya spent time in informal education, communications, and policy advocacy at the New England Aquarium; at the PBS science series, NOVA; and at the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries. Most recently, she worked at Mass Audubon, leading the creation and deployment of climate communications strategy boosting support for nature-based solutions.
Rishya holds a master’s degree in Media Advocacy, specializing in environmental science communications, from Northeastern University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Clark University.