Megan Houston is an experienced leader committed to implementing resilient policies, programs, and practices in Palm Beach County. As the Director of the County's Office of Resilience, Megan oversees the County's climate mitigation, climate adaptation, and sustainable development strategies. She has a broad background in energy efficiency, environmental law, and community development.
Prior to her role with the County, Megan was a Program Manager for the non-profit Institute for Market Transformation in Washington, DC, where she developed the organization's multifamily buildings program to remove market barriers to energy efficiency. In addition, Megan has worked as a Legal Intern with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection. Megan started her career as a Project Manager and Designer for commercial interiors at Idea|span in Atlanta, Georgia.
Megan holds a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, a Master of Science degree in Urban Environmental Systems Management from Pratt Institute, and a Bachelor of Design degree from the University of Florida. Megan is a South Florida native, having been born and raised in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
Benjamin Delin is a Resilience & Sustainability Analyst for Palm Beach County Office of Resilience. With a background in environmental conservation, non-profit work, and international research projects, Ben aims to increase awareness and further the goals of sustainability, environmentalism, resilience, and governance. He works to bring his experiences from other countries and organizations he has worked with, to approach sustainability and resilience from a different lens.
Benjamin holds both an M.S. in Environmental Policy Design, with a focus on urban environmental policy, as well as an M.P.P for Public Policy with a focus on political and social governance from Lehigh University. He also attended Muhlenberg College where he earned a B.A. in Sustainability Studies with a focus on international environmental policy and environmental ethics.
is a Resilience & Sustainability Analyst for the Palm Beach County Office of Resilience, with a background in grant management, project management, climate science education, community outreach,
and partnership building. As such, she works to build community resilience to climate impacts by managing climate resiliency grants, managing adaptation, resilience, and sustainability projects,
providing outreach on climate change initiatives, and participating in climate conferences and events.
Natalie holds an M.Ed. in Environmental Education from Florida Atlantic University, with her capstone project focused on climate science education. She also attended Lehigh University where she earned a B.S. in Earth and Environmental Science with a focus on carbon sequestration. and a B.A. in Anthropology.