Providing Regional Climate Services to British Columbia

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Kari Tyler

User Engagement and Training Specialist

Kari Tyler joined PCIC in December 2018 in a new role focussed on user engagement and training.

She brings 8 years of experience working in climate change adaptation and resilience building. She has worked in adaptation policy for the Alberta and British Columbia provincial governments, and has experience as a consultant working in North America and internationally.

Kari holds a Master's Degree in Adult Education and Community Development from the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She is excited to be returning to the UVic campus, after starting her Bachelor of Science degree here, she completed it at the University of Alberta.

Kari is interested in applying principles of adult learning to the use of climate science, and is enthusiastic about connecting with the community of PCIC’s users and regional stakeholders to build on PCIC’s strong relationship with them, in order to understand and meet their evolving learning needs.

When not in the office Kari is likely to be found walking the trails and paths near the ocean or one of the many lakes on Vancouver Island or enjoying time spent off-grid in the foothills of Alberta.