Laura Horowitz is a research coordinator for Adamantine, investigating trends pertaining to energy development, aiding in client projects, and monitoring policy and regulatory developments. Laura brings scientific research expertise on topics including genetics, physics, and biological studies. She has been a project manager for the past two years, focusing on research goals, statistical and geographical analysis, and the development of presentations. Laura holds a bachelor’s degree in fisheries and fisheries sciences from Mansfield University and a master of science in wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture from Mississippi State University. Laura has a professional certification in GIS and remote sensing from Michigan State University and is a published in several scientific publications. Laura is dedicated to the natural world and improving it. When she is not working, she loves being outside, finding any reason to swim, catching up on her passion for herpetology and ichthyology, working out, and discovering the finest sushi and Chinese buffet establishments.