Ph.D. Student in Public Policy
Elizabeth’s research interests are at the intersection of environmental and development economics. Specifically, she is interested in the interconnections between humans and the environment and how environmental stresses affect human health and well-being. She holds a B.S. in Science of Natural and Environmental Systems and an M.S. in Resource Economics from Cornell University. Prior to starting her Ph.D., she was a Research Fellow at Evidence for Policy Design at the Harvard Kennedy School.