Kathleen Mogelgaard is a writer and analyst on population and the environment, and a consultant for the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program.
She is principal of KAM Consulting, LLC, specializing in research, analysis, and strategic communications at the intersection of human and environmental well-being. Her recent work has focused on population dynamics, climate change, food security, and energy access.
She teaches at the University of Maryland, and has worked with the World Resources Institute, Oxfam America, Population Action International, Aspen Institute, U.S. Climate Action Network, Population Reference Bureau, U.S. Agency for International Development, and others. Her writing has appeared in Grist, The Huffington Post, RH Reality Check, and The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. She holds Masters degrees in natural resources and public policy from the University of Michigan.