Danielle Eiseman is a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Communication at Cornell. Until 2018, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow and Program Manager with the Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions and the Cornell Center for Conservation Social Sciences at Cornell University. Danielle has ten years’ experience working in media, advertising, and public engagement, with a focus on messaging on sustainable and pro-environmental behaviors. She has developed coordinated messaging campaigns in Scotland, developed educational and promotional materials for the Scottish Government Climate Change Behavioral Research Group, and organized community debates on climate-related issues, such as reducing city speed limits to reduce carbon emissions. Danielle holds a PhD in Marketing from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, an MS in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh, an MS in Marketing and Economics from DePaul University, and a BS in Chemistry from Miami University in Ohio. Danielle’s current research focuses on engaging the public on climate change through food.