Megan Belongia

Megan (she/her) is passionate about finding creative solutions to climate-related challenges and ensuring communities are equipped with the tools to thrive in a constantly evolving world. She has an interdisciplinary background with rich experience in sustainable agriculture and regenerative food systems and is excited to leverage her skills to promote equity and resilience through data-driven climate action. 

Each day Megan works to deliver regenerative solutions to complex sustainability challenges that enable clients to authentically advance their operational sustainability. As a member of the analytics team, Megan distills large volumes of client data to create greenhouse gas inventories and other data tools to gather meaningful insights and track progress toward sustainability goals. 

Megan’s recent work includes leading the development of a greenhouse gas inventory tool for the Aquarium Conservation Partnership, which is designed exclusively for aquariums and zoos and is available to over 225 institutions across the country to support their emissions tracking and reduction efforts. Megan’s other recent work includes decarbonization modeling for the City of Lincoln’s Climate Action Plan, Akron Zoological Park, and Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. She has also delivered ESG and sustainability reporting services for clients across a variety of sectors.

Megan completed her studies at Stanford University, earning an M.S. in Sustainability Science and Practice and a B.S. in Earth Systems. In her free time Megan can usually be found rock climbing, volunteering at her local community garden, or hanging out with her cat, Neptune. Her Gallup Strengths are Input, Learner, Arranger, Ideation, and Belief.



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