Laura Bartock is a Program Associate in RESOLVE’s Washington, DC office, where she assists in convening and facilitating multi-party policy dialogues and consensus processes. Ms. Bartock provides project coordination, facilitation, technical support, communications management, in-depth research and writing, and strategic planning for a variety of projects. Her project issue areas include natural resource management and conflicts, supply chains and sourcing, and energy and climate change issues.
Prior to joining RESOLVE, Ms. Bartock served as the Acting Associate Director for the Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where she co-taught a course in public affairs, coordinated the program’s logistical needs, and advised students. Ms. Bartock earned her master’s degree at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, as well as a certificate of advanced study in conflict resolution from Syracuse University. Her master’s examined science communication practices within the Long-Term Ecological Research Network. During graduate school, she volunteered at the Conflict Management Center at Syracuse University, serving as a facilitator on projects that addressed topics such as campus responses to sexual assault and relationship violence and gathering stakeholder input on recreational services in Adirondack Park. Ms. Bartock holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication Studies from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Master of Science in Environmental Science, Environmental Communication and Participatory Processes. State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY – 2015
Certificate of Advanced Study, Conflict Resolution. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY – 2015
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science. Bachelor of Arts, Media and Communication Studies. University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD – 2013