Humboldt Coast

I graduated with a B.A. in Biological Anthropology from Cal Poly Humboldt in 2013. Prior to that I earned an A.S. in Health Sciences. My interest in engineering and architecture merged with my backgrounds in anthropology and health studies when I was introduced to the field of Appropriate Technology. In the summer of 2013 I joined Practivistas Dominicana for a six week immersion program in Spanish and Appropriate Technology. During summer of 2014 I returned as a Teaching Assistant for Practivistas Dominicana.

Experience in Development Technology[edit | edit source]

I have the following experience, knowledge or skills relating to development technologies:

  • Improved biomass cookstoves - StoveTec Rocket Stove
  • Alternative construction - ecoladrillo, alternative concrete blocks (Hullkrete, Papercrete), bamboo, recycled billboard
  • Practivistas Dominicana Program - Student 2013, Teaching Assistant 2014
  • Cal Poly Humboldt - ENGR 535 Development Technology
  • Organic Gardening/Farming

CCAT projects my team developed O&M materials for[edit | edit source]

Appropedia Travel Internship[edit | edit source]

I began working as an Appropedia travel intern in July of 2014. Listed below are the places that I have visited and the pages that I have created and/or contributed to.

Haiti Communitere[edit | edit source]

Haiti Communitere is a non-profit resource center located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They provide a space for organizations and communities to experiment with and learn about appropriate technologies and community development ideas.

Rancho Mastatal[edit | edit source]

Rancho Mastatal is a non-profit environmental learning and sustainable living center located in Mastatal, Costa Rica.

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