Analyst, Human Dimensions for Sustainable Agriculture

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Data-driven decision-making, statistical modeling, marketing analytics

Data is the driving force behind the climate-smart economy, and Rebecca Tobin excels at analyzing data, specifically as a way to accelerate change behavior. She uses her expertise in statistical analysis, modeling and uncovering patterns to bring actionable insights to our clients and partners to help build a more resilient future for the agricultural industry. Rebecca has first-hand experience on American farms, both growing up on a small farm in Minnesota and later working on an organic farm in Montana. She first experienced the intersection of data and agriculture while executing agricultural field research in both her undergraduate and graduate studies. 

Rebecca has a BA in English and biology from St. Olaf College and an MS in ecology from Utah State University. She lives in the Twin Cities. 

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