Gwyn Myer specializes in fostering collaborative efforts to restore resilient forests in the Pacific Northwest. Her work revolves around advocating for healthy forests and forest climate solutions, achieved through partnerships with public and private land managers. With over 15 years of experience in project and program management, research, environmental education, and public outreach, Gwyn has a proven track record of implementing sustainable solutions that enhance ecological, social, and economic well-being within communities. Gwyn collaborates with various stakeholders to design and implement forest resilience strategies, utilizing cutting-edge science and climate smart forestry practices. Her expertise spans engagements with federal agencies, tribes, non-profits, private landowners, the carbon market, timber industries, and academia. Gwyn holds a BS in Environmental Studies and a MS in Environment and Natural Resources.