Tiffany Troxler is director of Florida International University’s Sea Level Solutions Center, a state-university center that focuses on advancing knowledge, decision-making, and actions toward mitigating the causes and adapting to the effects of sea-level rise. She is a research scientist with expertise in coastal and wetland ecosystem science. Some of her projects include collaborative research that examines the effects of saltwater inundation on Everglades coastal wetlands, monitoring management actions associated with Everglades restoration, and advancing interdisciplinary urban solutions to sea-level rise. She is also collaborating on the Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research program. She is a co-editor and contributing author on two International Panel on Climate Change methodological reports that guide national greenhouse-gas inventories on land use and land-use change in wetlands. Troxler received her master’s and Ph. D. in biological sciences from Florida International University.