Nicola Chopin is Project Manager for the MECCE Project and has been the Project Manager for the Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) since the Network was established in 2012. She has also contributed to many UNESCO and SEPN reports and lead planning for the 2019 Annual Conference of the Canadian Network for Communication and Environmental Education (EECOM), the first national conference in Canada to focus on climate change education. She holds a Masters in Applied Social Psychology, and her work has a focus on evaluation, monitoring, and community-university partnerships. Nicola has coordinated multi-methods research in a wide variety of social science areas including climate change education, sustainability education policy, sustainability education, health science education, quality of life, poverty, homelessness, crime prevention, and community perceptions of crime. In addition to managing SEPN’s research and administration, Nicola contributes extensively to SEPN’s communications, including designing research briefs, infographics, and reports.