Sustainability Research from a Systems Perspective

I am

an Associate Program Officer with the Board on Energy and Environmental Systems at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

I am leading the convening of a workshop on enhancing federal clean energy innovation, and contributing to consensus studies on electric grid modernization, light-duty vehicle fuel economy, accelerating decarbonization in the United States, and the National Science Foundation’s approach to earth systems science.

I received my PhD from the Center for Sustainable Systems in the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability, and a BS in Economics and Environmental Policy from Carnegie Mellon University.