Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center Staff

Jacqueline Meyncke Risch
Environment Massachusetts
Campaign Organizer

Jacqueline is a recent graduate of University of Missouri-Saint Louis with a degree in Anthropology, with a focus on the relationship between people and wildlife.

As a Campaign Organizer, Jacqueline works with professionals, students, coalition partners, and decision makers to produce real results for our environment.

Jacqueline has lived in several states in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest, but calls Vermont home. In Vermont she lived on a rescue horse farm and spent winters cross-country skiing.

Prior to joining Environment America, Jacqueline worked at the Saint Louis Zoo as an Educational Instructor. During Jacqueline’s undergraduate education she also contributed data to several studies on great ape behavior, including one on chimpanzees in Sierra Leone.