Anaís Delilah Roque

Arizona State University

Anais Roque has broad research interests in food, energy, and water insecurity as well as multi-level (household, community, and state) strategies for disaster resilience. As a graduate researcher at Arizona State University (ASU), she worked to foster interdisciplinary experiences as a project leader in the Culture, Health, and the Environment Laboratory, working with students from diverse fields (e.g., Biology, Anthropology, and Global Health) on qualitative data management and analysis. Roque's work has focused on community resilience and water insecurity through household water-sharing experiences and self-management in the wake of Hurricane María in Puerto Rico. Before attending ASU, she worked as a shelter administrator in the wake of Hurricane María in Puerto Rico, which sparked her interest in disaster response and recovery.