Andrea B. Crouse is the Community Development Manager at Zeitgeist Center For Arts and Community where she is involved in projects supporting active transportation, health equity, and stakeholder engagement in community planning and decision-making. She received a Masters of Science from UM’s Integrated Bioscience program where she studied the impact of weather events on water quality as mediated by land use in Lake Superior tributary streams. She worked for the City of Superior as the Water Resource Program Coordinator for five years before joining Zeitgeist to combine her passion for public education and grassroots advocacy for development that incorporates active transportation, green infrastructure, and public art.
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