Kayleigh Rubin

Kayleigh Rubin

  • US Program

Kayleigh is an associate with the US Program, specializing in subnational energy action. She utilizes open-source models and qualitative research to assess and support climate policy.


Prior to joining RMI, Kayleigh worked as a digital campaigner at The Public Interest Network, crafting and executing campaigns to conserve nature and promote clean energy. In this role, Kayleigh published a scorecard evaluating states’ efforts toward pollinator conservation. Her other research interests include energy equity and industrial decarbonization.


MEM, Duke University
MPP, Duke University
BS, Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University

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