Yuliya Vanchosovych

Yuliya Vanchosovych

Career Interests

water resource management and planning, water strategy, clean water access, natural resource policy
Employment Sought:
Internships

Education

Master of Environmental Management, May 2019
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Concentration: Water Resource Management
Relevant Coursework: Landscape Hydrology, US Water Governance, Water Management and Planning
 
Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science, May 2016
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Major(s): International Studies and Evolution and Ecology

Professional Experience

Event and Content Coordinator, National Ground Water Association Westerville, Ohio  
Organize educational offerings and maintain timely communication with groundwater professionals about presentation details, upcoming deadlines, and other logistics information. Provide on-site assistance at conferences consisting upwards 100 people to ensure attendees have a positive experience and attend future NGWA events. Compile database information into custom reports and manage conference exchange software. August 2016-Present
 
Research Intern 
Conduct research and draft information briefs related to groundwater, energy, agriculture, and drinking water to educate the general public on groundwater resources. Draft summaries of congressional committee hearings to be included in biweekly newsletter digests reaching 200 people. July 2016-Present
 
Research Assistant, Duke Nicholas School of the Environment, Durham, North Carolina  
Analyze news articles and United Nations reports for incidences of targeted infrastructure during recent wars for the Targeting of Infrastructure in the Middle East (TIME) project. Assist building a database of targeted infrastructure to be transferred into map and timeline visualizations. September 2017-Present
 
Participant, Denman Undergraduate Research Forum Columbus, Ohio
Developed and presented an independent research project on California’s water consumption to determine the sustainability of water resources in the state. Spring 2016

Additional Information

Languages: Native English, Native Ukrainian, Intermediate French

Graduation Date

May 2019

Additional Resources

Languages

English
French

Preferred Location

International
Midwest
Northeast

Preferred Sector

Business / Industry
Consulting