Emily is a Managing Partner at Hua Nani Partners, a strategic climate and energy consulting firm. Emily works broadly across climate and environmental policy advocacy with a focus on the economic analysis and implementation of subnational policies and carbon markets.
Prior to Hua Nani Partners, Emily was a Climate Economist at Rhodium Group where she analyzed the economic impact of climate change and policy responses. Emily also worked with the Climate Impact Lab, focusing on state climate damages and the Social Cost of Carbon. Prior to Rhodium, Emily was the Chief Economist for the California Air Resources Board where she oversaw the economic analyses of California’s portfolio of climate and air quality policies. She also worked on the design and implementation of the Cap-and-Trade Program.
Emily holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis and a Bachelor’s degree in energy, environmental, and mineral economics from Penn State.