Research Fellow, NW Clean Energy Atlas
Will Kammin is a master’s student in the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington. He is also a research fellow with the Ocean Nexus Center. His research focuses on community benefits of offshore wind energy development in the United States along the Pacific Coast. Will has an undergraduate degree in Oceanography and a Minor in Aquatic and Fisheries Science that he put to work in the NOAA Fisheries Observer Program, monitoring the health of our national fisheries stocks in Alaska. He then went on to become a manager at The North Face, where he enjoyed building teams, creating community centered programs, and promoting outdoor exploration. In his prior role, before returning to university, he managed environmental compliance, permitting, and the quality control teams at 3 factories in Bristol Bay and Ketchikan, Alaska. He hopes to help accelerate the development of clean energy in the Pacific Northwest and create policies that provide family wage jobs and reduce carbon footprints.
In his free time, Will enjoys skiing, sailing, and bike riding to coffee shops.
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