Kenza Sidi-Ali-Cherif is a Policy Programs Assistant with the American Meteorological Society’s Policy Program. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the George Washington University in 2016, where she studied Psychology. Prior to joining AMS, Kenza worked at the American Association for the Advancement of Science from 2016-2017. Currently, her primary interest is the idea of sustainable urbanism. She hopes to incorporate her background in behavioral science into further study on how urban environments are shaped by climate and weather in the past, present, and particularly, in the future.