Mari Tye is a Project Scientist in the Capacity Center for Climate and Weather Extremes at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. She holds a PhD in Statistical Climatology (Newcastle University, UK), an MEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering with French (Nottingham University, UK) and is a Corporate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (PE Equivalent). Mari leads the Engineering for Climate Extremes Partnership, a collaboration between professionals and academics to build resilience to extreme weather and climate events. Her research focuses on translating the statistics of extreme weather into usable information for decision-makers. Prior to her PhD, Mari led a design team for minor infrastructure works, sustainable drainage and flood mitigation schemes.