Glynis Lough is the Global Director of PEERS and an Affiliate at the Aspen Global Change Institute (ACGI), where she also directs the Science for Climate Action Network. Previous positions have included Vice President, Grants for the National Geographic Society; Deputy Director and Research Director, Food & Environment Program of the Union of Concerned Scientists; Chief of Staff for the Third National Climate Assessment with the U.S. Global Change Research Program; and AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow in the U.S. EPA Office of Air. Glynis works with AGCI to advance collaborative learning processes that accelerate climate solutions, supporting development of effective solutions to complicated issues by co-developing knowledge to achieve meaningful outcomes. With a background in engineering, Glynis brings a wealth of experience in air quality, climate change, food systems, social justice, public health, and conservation. Lough holds a PhD in Environmental Chemistry and Technology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.