Thomas Christian joined Triangle Associates in 2017 and supports facilitation and public involvement projects. He has strong writing skills and a proven ability to analyze and communicate complex socio-environmental issues. Most recently Thomas worked for the National Park Service where he lead education programs and facilitated public dialogue around access and conservation in the National Park system.
Thomas holds an M.A. in Environmental Studies from Western Washington University (WWU) and a B.A. in History from Augustana College. As a graduate student, Thomas held a fellowship at WWU’s Border Policy Research Institute where he analyzed transboundary water governance in North America’s pacific west and helped leaders from WWU and Northwest Indian College organize an international symposium on the renegotiation of the Columbia River Treaty, signed by Canada and the United States.
When not at work, Thomas enjoys reading and exploring the Cascade and Olympic Mountains on skis and on foot.