Deanne DiPietro, M.A.
Senior Science and Communications Coordinator
Deanne DiPietro is a geographer and conservation biologist with over 25 years of experience applying science and information technology to conservation planning. Deanne has a B.S. in Botany and M.A. in Geography from University of California.
As Senior Science Coordinator at CBI she leads the Conservation Management and Planning Team and manages projects with multi-disciplinary teams that deliver practical solutions for a wide range of issues from endangered species recovery to community wildfire resilience. Her areas of expertise include project management, stakeholder engagement, data management, decision-support tool design, digital libraries, and science communications. Deanne’s passion is to use the latest science and data to protect natural systems while promoting human community resilience in a time of rapid change.
Deanne lives and works in Sonoma County, California.