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About Us


A primary goal of our work is to reduce risks and increase resilience across impacted facilities, sites and/or environments. We have coordinated and led multidisciplinary teams to develop scientifically-based environmental programs that bridge the state-of-knowledge science with applied research and traditional knowledge to answer specific environmental questions such as,

‘What will the future look like?’, ‘How will it affect me and my lifestyle?’ and ‘What is the risk to my business?’

Although there are numerous forecasts on the projected effects of climate change and several reports documenting and summarizing a wide range of climate change effects on both the physical environment and human activities, there is a lack of easily accessible information available to the people who must adapt to a changing environment. Consequently, the people most affected by climate change tend not to have the information they need for effective resilience planning. It is necessary to understand not just the climate science but to also place climate projections in the context of the social, economic, and environmental needs of the local population. TBEC provides actionable data to address this need.


Our Core Values:


  • Integrity:  Adhere to the highest level of integrity in all aspects of our business

  • Professionalism:  Treat our employees and our clients with professionalism at all times

  • Transparency:  Provide a clear understanding of what and why we make decisions

  • Innovation:  Embrace the latest, cutting-edge science for our clients

  • Customer Commitment:  We develop relationships that make a positive difference in our clients' lives.

  • Quality: We provide outstanding and unsurpassed service that, together, deliver premium value to our customers.

  • Teamwork:  We work together, across boundaries, to meet the needs of our clients, add value, and help our Company succeed.

  • Respect for People:  We value our people, encourage their development, and reward their performance.

  • Good Citizenship:  We are good citizens in the communities in which we live and work.

  • A Will to Lead:  We exhibit a strong will to be leaders in our professional arena and in every aspect of our business.

  • Personal Accountability: We are personally accountable for delivering on our commitments.


Our Mission Statement: Building global resilience one community at a time.

Our Vision Statement: To increase environmental, economic, social, and cultural climate resilience, empowering communities to move from reactive to proactive climate resilient strategies.

OUR Leadership

Dr. Wilcock, owner and founder,  has extensive experience in ecosystems from Alaska USA to Australia, with experience managing multifaceted projects involving diverse stakeholders from large corporations and governments to small indigenous villages. She delivers integrated analysis and science-based fit-for-purpose services that incorporate both ecological and socio-economic challenges.  Ronni has led several projects assessing environmental vulnerabilities such as climate risk assessments, and adaptation and resilience projects, both locally and globally. 

Dr. Wilcock is now an affiliated faculty member with Oregon State University! Go Beavers!


Our Leads

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Jase Wilcock - B.Sc.

Program Management Lead


Jaimlyn Sypniewski - M.Sc.

Spatial Analysis & Modeling Lead

Sydney Johnson - M.Sc. 

Environmental Scientist & Tribal Support Lead

Brad Sypniewski - B.Sc.

Data & Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Lead

Our NSF Postdoc


Joyonna Gamble-George - Ph.D.

Joyonna Gamble-George earned a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Biology with Honors in Mathematics from Xavier University of Louisiana, a Master of Health Administration from the University of South Florida College of Public Health, and a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Vanderbilt University. Her doctoral research focused on the role of the endocannabinoid system in stress-induced changes in the brain. Joyonna completed postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Florida and New York University. Her postdoctoral research concerned illicit drug effects on cell-cell communication in the human brain and animal models of HIV-1 infection and biopsychosocial factors that contribute to substance misuse, mental health problems, and health risk behaviors in adolescents and adults. She was an All of Us Biomedical Researcher Scholar at Baylor College of Medicine, where she used python programming to evaluate opioid misuse and heart failure prevalence and genetic risk factors involved in inflammation in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) patients from the NIH All of Us Research Program. Some of her previous research efforts concerned comparative xenobiotic metabolism mechanisms between humans and freshwater organisms to predict human health risks with consuming fish and crustaceans from contaminated U.S. rivers, using geographic information systems (GIS) for community revitalization, and examining the health needs and barriers to affordable and accessible healthcare in rural, medically underserved communities.

Our Collaborators

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