Robyn Meeks

Robyn Meeks

Ph.D. Public Policy 2012
Assistant Professor at Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy
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Robyn's research interests include water resource management; rural water supply and sanitation; and, more broadly, environmental and development economics. After obtaining her bachelor's degree in political science from Brown University, Robyn taught environmental studies as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakhstan. She then received an M.E.M. in water resources management from Yale University, where she was awarded the Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship for study of the Russian language. After obtaining her master's degree, Robyn consulted for the Energy and Environment Group at the United Nations Development Programme. Most recently, as a Fulbright recipient, she researched tariff collection in rural water supply systems in the Kyrgyz Republic. Meeks was a 2007 recipient of the Norberg-Bohm Fellowship, awarded by the Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

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