About The Teacher
Wendy J. Pabich, Ph.D., is a scientist, educator, speaker, adventurer, yogini, and artist obsessed with all things water. As a water science, policy and planning expert, she provides strategic advice to help businesses and communities ensure water security. She has taught for MIT and the Sierra Institute, and has taken students to the wilds of places like Patagonia, the Himalaya, and Alaska. Her passion is finding new ways to communicate about water–using not just science, but installation art, painting, writing and more recently, the mind-body-spirit connection. She is the author of Taking on Water: How One Water Expert Challenged Her Inner Hypocrite, Reduced Her Water Footprint (without Sacrificing a Toasty Shower), and Found Nirvana, was a science advisor for the film Patagonia Rising, and shows her contemporary artwork regularly. She holds a Ph.D. in water resources and an M.S. in environmental planning from MIT, an M.S. in geology from Duke University, and a B.A. in geography from Dartmouth College, and received a 40-hour certificate in Dispute Mediation from Harvard Law School. She received her 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training certificate from School Yoga Institute in the Sacred Valley of Peru. She is a Water Fellow for the Sun Valley Institute for Resilience, a member of the International Women’s Forum, and served on the Board of Directors for High Country News, and the Blaine County Land, Water and Wildlife Fund.
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