Caitlin Odom is an Associate with the Carbon-Free Electricity program at RMI.
Prior to joining RMI, Caitlin worked at Synapse Energy Economics, where she analyzed the economics of energy storage, assisted in developing the Avoided Emissions and Generation Tool (AVERT), conducted GIS analyses on renewables, and performed health and job impact analyses. Before her time at Synapse, Caitlin worked to support the ACES program at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.
Beyond RMI, Caitlin loves to rock climb, pet other people’s dogs, volunteer in the community, and spend time with trees.
B.S., Economics and Political Science, Northeastern University
Why I Love Working at RMI
I love working with such bright, mission-driven peers who are tackling global issues on climate change.