Abby is a Program Officer at the World Wildlife Fund in Washington, D.C., where she works to inform and adapt conservation strategies to meet the challenges of a changing climate. Abby currently manages the WWF PARC Index – an interactive tool that measures the impact that climate change will have on the world’s protected areas. Abby is also working to launch Wildlife Insights, a collaborative platform that utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze global camera trap data, delivering near real-time wildlife information directly to decisions makers. Previously, Abby helped found City Wildlife, the first ever urban wildlife rehabilitation center in Washington D.C. Abby studied biological anthropology at the George Washington University before completing her master’s degree in wild animal biology at the Royal Veterinary College in London. Her graduate project analyzed threats to Amur tigers in the Russian Far East.