Sarah Tennille is a Data Engineer in the Computational Urban Sciences group in the Computational Sciences and Engineering Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Her current projects include the Environment for Analysis of Geo-Located Energy Information, the North American Energy Resiliency Model, and the Regional Mobility Initiative. She graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, with a Master of Science degree in Geography in 2016 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography in 2014. During her master’s degree, she studied under a climatologist and analyzed the changing geographical trends of Lifetime Maximum Intensity (LMI) of tropical cyclones. Before her current position, she was a Post-Master's Research Associate in the Geoinformatics Engineering group in the National Security Emerging Technologies division, as well as a NOAA Hollings Scholar working for the National Weather Service. Her work has applications in resiliency, transportation, energy, climate, and disaster management.