Diana Moanga is the Manager of the Spatial Analysis Center in the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability. Her research focuses on the effects of environmental and anthropogenic stressors on coastal socio-environmental systems. She is particularly passionate about furthering our understating of climate equity for coastal communities. She has a Ph.D. in Environmental Science Policy and Management from UC Berkeley in 2020. Her dissertation research used geospatial techniques to study land use and land cover changes across California. Specifically, her research explored management impacts on California’s coastal lands, agricultural transitions in the Central Valley, and wildfire activity under future climate regimes. Diana also earned a Master’s in Science in Marine Affairs and Policy from the University of Miami in 2015.
Current Role at Stanford
Manager of the Spatial Analysis Center
Education & Certifications
BA, University of Miami, Marine Affairs (2013)
MS, University of Miami, Marine Affairs and Policy (2015)
PhD, University of California Berkeley, Environmental Science Policy and Management (2020)