Camilla Cook is a research analyst for the Sustainability Initiative in the operations department and a program specialist in the Research, Data, and Innovation department. In this hybrid role, she leads the development and analysis of WRI's greenhouse gas emissions inventory, supporting the creation and implementation of best practices in sustainability management at WRI offices and programs across the globe. Additionally, Camilla provides key administrative, programmatic, and accounting support to the RDI team for operational effectiveness and efficiency.

Prior to joining WRI, Camilla worked as an Environmental Research Assistant for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' Climate and Energy program, which identifies collaborative actions to address climate change on a regional level. Camilla supported the development of a forests-trees GHG inventory protocol through data collection, methodology development, and dissemination of the protocol to relevant stakeholders and project partners. Additionally, Camilla worked for Project Learning Tree, the Environmental Education initiative of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, where she supported and performed various administrative and programmatic activities, practices, and procedures for advancing PLT nationwide in all 50 states.

Camilla holds a Masters of Sustainability from Chatham University's Falk School of Sustainability & Environment, and a B.A. in Environmental Studies from University of Pittsburgh's Department of Geology and Environmental Science.

Camilla lives in Alexandria, VA with her many fake plants from Ikea.