Marika Jaeger

Marika Jaeger

Research Associate

Marika Jaeger, M.S.,  is a research associate with the Social Ecology Lab, where she works on a number of research projects on topics including climate (in)action, sense of place and pro-environmental behavior, environmental education, and social sciences in sustainability work. She is particularly interested in human-environment systems, and the intersection of environmental conservation and human development and wellbeing, particularly in regions of Latin America. She is also a professional artist, and has a passion for combining art with environmental conservation. Marika has previously worked with Professor William Durham on the completion of his recent book on conservation and evolution in the Galapagos, Exuberant Life, and with Stanford’s Osa and Golfito Initiative in Costa Rica. Marika holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and a Master’s degree in Earth Systems, both from Stanford University.