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Meet Tori Chen, Climate Analyst

Tori Chen, Climate Analyst on CarbonBetter's climate services team.

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Meet Tori Chen, a climate analyst working on CarbonBetter’s Climate Services Team.

By Chris Sylvester

Meet Tori Chen, a climate analyst on the Climate Services Team at CarbonBetter. Tori conducts research and data analyses to support the team, working on reports for clients both internally and externally. She also contributes regularly to our blog, featuring a recurring series on decarbonizing key industries. Coming from an ESG strategy consulting background, Tori helps businesses identify growth opportunities and build resilience through sustainability initiatives. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Statistics with a concentration in Business Analytics at Carnegie Mellon University. Outside of work, Tori enjoys traveling and playing water polo. Let’s get to know more about Tori!

Tori Chen, Climate Analyst
Tori, what do you love about working at CarbonBetter?

I work with a great team on projects with meaningful impacts. Sustainability is an ever-evolving topic, which keeps things interesting, and I feel like I’m constantly getting to learn new things.

What does your day-to-day look like at CarbonBetter?

My day-to-day varies, but typical tasks include conducting research, environmental accounting, client meetings, and report writing.

“I work with a great team on projects with meaningful impacts. Sustainability is an ever evolving topic, which keeps things interesting and I feel like I’m constantly getting to learn new things.”

Tori Chen on what she likes about working at CarbonBetter
Where did you grow up? What’s something interesting about your hometown?

I grew up in San Jose, CA, home of the world’s largest rat (a 30 ft tall Chuck E. Cheese statue). It also has one of the highest waste diversion rates in the country.

Tell us about your family:

My partner Kelby and I currently live in Boston, MA, and we’re thinking about adopting a cat (or two) in the near future.

What are some of your hobbies?

Some things I enjoy are hiking, traveling, and playing water polo.

What’s something you’ve learned recently, or something you want to learn?

I’m currently working on getting my PADI scuba diving certification!


Thanks for sharing, Tori! We are so lucky to work alongside you every day. Stay tuned for the next team feature in our Life @ CarbonBetter series.