Carie-Ann Lau, M.Sc., P.Geo. (BC, AB), is a geoscientist with expertise in airphoto and lidar interpretation, debris flow and debris flood geohazard and risk assessment, post-wildfire assessments, terrain interpretation, and glaciated soil engineering geology. Her focus is on landslides and floods and the risk they pose to First Nations, local governments, and infrastructure. Carie-Ann completed the aerial damage surveys and infrastructure mitigation triage during the November 2021 flooding in British Columbia. She is sought after by academia and media to discuss the intersections between social inequality and geohazard risk that are rapidly changing with our climate.