Aaron is the project coordinator for EMBARQ’s Health and Road Safety program, which works to reduce fatalities and increase quality of life through sustainable urban development and transport. He supports the program staff with administrative and operational tasks, as well as directly working on projects. Prior to EMBARQ he worked with the Student Conservation Association as a crew leader and as a research consultant for the Rainforest Alliance.
Aaron has lived most of his life overseas, including Niger, Benin, and Bolivia, and has traveled extensively throughout Central and South America. He has earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration at The College of New Jersey, focusing on international business and Spanish. He is currently completing his master’s degree in environmental sciences and policy at Johns Hopkins University in Washington D.C. Aaron’s interests include photography, sustainable tourism, active transportation and indigenous cultures.