Hall is passionate about the environment. As a scientist with a background in geology and oceanography, she has researched and published on past climate changes in Earth’s history. She has also researched environmental pollution and the deep racial and socioeconomic divides that fuel environmental injustice, particularly for low income and people of color. Hall is an advocate of urban organic farming and carbon sequestration. Hall strives to bridge the climate change conversation between science and humanities so that all people can better understand the challenges we must overcome to sustainably thrive on our planet.
Ph.D., Paleoceanography, Louisiana State University M.S., Hydrogeology, University of Kansas B.S., Geology/Chemistry, Southern Utah University