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Kate Williams has worked with numerous taxa in North and Central America, including songbirds, seabirds, wading birds, shorebirds, saltwater fishes, and mammals. Her graduate work focused on wading bird populations in the Florida Everglades. As the head of BRI’s Wildlife and Renewable Energy Program, Kate oversees wide-ranging projects focused on renewable energy development and wildlife, with a particular focus on offshore wind energy studies conducted in coordination with state and federal agencies, academics, and other nonprofits. She obtains funding, designs and manages projects, analyzes data, authors technical reports and publications, delivers public presentations at scientific and technical conferences, provides technical support for a range of stakeholder and policy initiatives, and works closely with a variety of collaborators at BRI and other organizations.
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