Rebecca specializes in environmental economics and quantitative analysis.
Rebecca joined ECOnorthwest as a research analyst in 2023. She specializes in environmental economics and quantitative analysis. Her prior research experience includes conducting analyses on economic development and individual perception in Bangladesh, natural climate solutions (NCS) for climate impact mitigation in the U.S., effects of prolonged air pollution on subjective well-being in China. Her economics thesis on air pollution was placed first in the Minnesota economic association student paper contest, and she received the Robert E. Will economics prize from Carleton College. Rebecca is experienced in R, State, and ArcGIS.