Sujata Manandhar is a Mitacs Accelerate Postdoctoral Research Fellow with SENS based in Yukon. Her work focuses on identifying potential approaches to managing water resources in Champagne and Aishihik First Nations’ Traditional Territory, Yukon. She has extensive working experience on climate change adaptation, water resources management and community-based development in India, Sri Lanka, mountainous regions of Nepal, Thailand, and Kyrgyzstan. Prior to joining SENS, she worked as a senior consultant-climate change adaptation at Mountain Societies Research Institute in University of Central Asia in Kyrgyzstan, research fellow at Center of Research for Environment, Energy and Water in Nepal, post-doctoral researcher at Tohoku University and International Research Centre for River Basin Environment-University of Yamanashi in Japan, etc. She received her PhD in Integrated River Basin Management from the University of Yamanashi, Japan and masters in Natural Resources Management from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.
Supervisor: Douglas Clark