Elizabeth Tokarz

Elizabeth works as a data analyst at American Philanthropic, supporting the data needs of clients by managing and analyzing existing databases and by advising on future data collection and organization. She is also well-versed in data visualization, especially in R, Tableau and GIS. Elizabeth brings extensive experience, having worked with data management and analysis at the Missouri Botanic Garden, the Morton Arboretum, and the Student Conservation Association. She is also a skilled writer with publications in Verge Magazine, the Journal of Tropical Ecology, and the Yale Environment Review. She is fluent in Spanish, as well.

Elizabeth studied the ecology of neotropical plants as an undergraduate at Yale, and she currently resides in South Bend, Indiana.

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