Kristen Wilson is a Senior Resource Educator in the Healthy Communities Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County. She directed a 4-year Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded project titled “Healthy Kingston for Kids.” She guided the Healthy Kingston for Kids partnership to evolve into the emerging city-sponsored Live Well Kingston Coalition, and she co-facilitates the Ulster County Chronic Disease Prevention Council in collaboration with the Ulster County Department of Health. She has in-depth knowledge in the content area of Active Transportation (Complete Streets) and has worked on efforts to improve Healthy Food Access. Kristen has a Masters from the Bard Center for Environmental Policy, during which she conducted research on watershed policy in Oaxaca, Mexico. Previously, she worked as an environmental educator and Outward Bound instructor. She is fluent in Spanish, and in her free time you can find her riding her bike with her daughter and husband, on a yoga mat, or enjoying the natural beauty of New York State.