Ana Reboredo Segovia is a Research Associate in the Land & Carbon Lab, an initiative intended to connect land use decision-makers and stakeholders with the best-in-class land cover and land cover change datasets. She works on definitions of natural non-forest land covers and their conversion.

Prior to this role, Ana was pursuing her PhD in Earth & Environment at Boston University, where she studied the causal impacts of conservation and development interventions in Colombia and in Guatemala using mixed methods approaches.

Ana holds and MSc in Tropical Biodiversity and Ecosystems from the Faculty of Sciences of the Sorbonne (Paris VI) and a BS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Ana lives in Providence, Rhode Island with her husband, pet hedgehog, and many plants.