Kf cohort kayak 2017

2017 Fellows on a field trip during the month-long training program.—Kevin McCann, 2017 Fellow


282 Fellows

58 Countries

All 7 Continents

San Francisco, California 94131
United States of America

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Chicago, IL 60603
United States of America

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20433
United States of America

Sarah Cardona brings experience in sustainable development, environmental policy, and stakeholder engagement to advance effective regional environmental planning efforts in stormwater management, climate resilience, and natural asset management like Chicago’s 150+ miles of riverfront. As Manager of the Stormwater Program at the Metropolitan Planning Council in Chicago, she focused on innovative solutions, including market-based approaches to urban flooding, engaging external partners in projects and leading on-the-ground pilot efforts. A native of Chicago, Sarah earned a bachelor’s degree from Colgate University in New York and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. She has worked for The World Bank in climate-resilient, low-emissions development capacity building and technical assistance in Latin America and lived for three years in Madrid, Spain working in bilingual business development for a regional law firm. She enjoys traveling, being outdoors, practicing yoga and experimenting with new vegetarian recipes.