Camille DeSisto is a recent graduate of Harvard College, where she studied Integrative Biology with a secondary in Environmental Science and Public Policy. Camille’s work focuses on tropical ecology and conservation. Her research with Dr. Golden uses global datasets to understand how coral bleaching events impact fisheries and, ultimately, human nutrition. Camille was also a recipient of the Planetary Health Undergraduate Scholar Fellowship in 2017. Outside of her research with Dr. Golden, Camille studies how anthropogenic disturbances impact species interactions and forest community structure in tropical ecosystems. She is currently researching carbon dynamics of mangrove forests in Guayaquil, Ecuador, as a Fulbright Student Researcher.