Jessica Anne Lawson
Consultant with the World Bank Water Global Practice, South Asia Region
Jessica Lawson is an environmental engineer by training. Her background includes work on the fate and transport of environmental contaminants, microbial contamination in groundwater, environmental risk assessment, water/wastewater treatment, and mathematical modeling. She's interested in the interface between science and policy, particularly for questions relating to water resources, sustainability, and climate. She holds both a Ph.D. and an M.S.E. in environmental engineering from Johns Hopkins University, as well as a B.S. from Yale in the same discipline. She also has a licence in Geography from Université Paris 8.
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