Sarah Freeman


Water Resources Engineer

Sarah is a Water Resources Engineer in the Freshwater Goal Team at WWF-US where she focuses on climate change adaptation, water resources management and tracking freshwater basin indicators. Prior to joining WWF she worked as a water resources engineer on a variety of multilateral and private sector funded infrastructure projects, ranging from airport development to hydroelectric dams. Past research includes hydroclimatic indicator mapping in Africa and international water policy issues. She received her MSc in Water Resources Engineering and her BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University.

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