Katherine is currently a statistician in the Department of Economics at Yale University. Prior to that, she was an analyst at Castalia, an economic consulting firm that focuses on the governance and regulation of infrastructure services, where she managed the Unsettled water, health and sanitation project. She is an economist specializing in environmental issues, and has an interest in development, energy, public policy, and public health. She has a B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Brown University.
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