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Griffiths-Berggren works as a communications officer for the SwedBio programme at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. She writes and edits various types of texts; provides video, photo, website, and social media suport; as well as assists wit project coordination and events when needed.
In 2015, Griffiths-Berggren completed SRC's Masters of Science programme, and now holds a MSc in Sustainability from Stockholm University. Her thesis work, supervised by Åsa Gerger-Swartling and Gregor Vulturius from the Stockholm Envrionment Institute, explored the role of organisational learning in the adaptation of biodiversity management in the Swedish forest sector.
During and after her studies, she held part-time positions at the centre, such as teaching assistant (ex. introduction to sustainability science online course), writer, editor and other supporting roles.
Griffiths-Berggren holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservation with a Major in Global Perspectives from the University of British Coumbia. She also complete an Arts Research Abroad funded programme in Guatemela where she studied the impacts of globalization on a developing country.
She also works as a communications officer for the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Programme (GEDB) hosted at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.