Chantal Cough-Schulze serves as managing editor of the Texas Water Journal. She works with the editors and authors to move articles through the submission, editing, and layout process.
Cough-Schulze also serves as a communications specialist for the Texas Water Resources Institute, Texas’ state water institute. She works with the institute’s communications team to increase visibility and understanding of water science and management issues in Texas and beyond. She writes articles for and edits the institute’s magazine, txH2O, and electronic newsletter, Conservation Matters, develops TWRI multimedia materials, and edits reports and education and outreach materials.
Cough-Schulze has previously worked as a science education program developer, audio producer, and photographer. She received a B.S. in biocultural anthropology with a minor in fisheries and wildlife science from Oregon State University and an M.S. in science and technology journalism from Texas A&M University. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, dancing, singing, boxing, and gardening.