Leah is a manager with the Carbon-Free Buildings team, where she works to eliminate fossil fuel use in buildings. Her work focuses on appliance policies that reduce pollution and deliver air quality, health, and climate benefits to communities across the United States.
Leah began her building electrification career at RMI as a graduate intern contributing to The Economics of Electrifying Buildings report. She furthered her expertise at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), where she produced an industry-leading forecast of the impact of building electrification. She also provided regulatory and strategy support related to DERs and Community Choice Aggregation on PG&E’s Energy Policy and Procurement team. Leah was a 2019 fellow at the Clean Energy Leadership Institute.
MEM, Energy and the Environment, Duke University
BS, Geology and Environmental Science, University of Michigan