Jackie Semmens is a mother and freelance writer raising two young boys in beautiful Helena, MT. She has a master’s degree in Medical Anthropology and a Certificate in Public Health. The health impacts of climate change, especially for the most vulnerable, are a primary concern for her. Jackie has worked for a Montana-based think tank which focuses on public policy issues that impact low- and moderate-income Montanans. Much of Jackie’s writing focuses on the intersection of public policy and parenting. Jackie also runs a branch of a Hike it Baby, a family hiking group that encourages parents and caregivers to get outside with young children. She blogs at An Anchored Hope.