Aleka Seville is an experienced sustainability professional with demonstrated strengths in program and policy development, public-private partnership building and stakeholder engagement. At Four Twenty Seven, Seville works directly with local governments and private sector stakeholders to help organizations understand climate risk and develop solutions. She has consulted for nonprofits, local, regional and federal government agencies, and has specific interest and expertise in the value of cross-sector collaboration to leverage scarce resources, align climate and economic goals and implement strategic policy solutions. Seville holds a B.A. from UC Santa Cruz and a Master’s of Public Policy from UC Berkeley.