Asset management giant BlackRock made waves in the financial press this week, announcing through its annual letter to CEOs that the company would put sustainability front and center in its investment strategy. As the world’s largest investor, with over $7 trillion in assets under management, BlackRock is a prime…
Sarah is a Senior Associate with the Global Climate Finance team at Rocky Mountain Institute where she supports the practice’s work and thought leadership on aligning financing and investment decisions with climate targets.
Prior to joining RMI, Sarah was a Research Associate at the Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy, where her work focused on climate change impacts in the power sector and barriers to clean energy finance. She was previously a Senior Researcher in Energy Economics and Policy at the University College Dublin (UCD) Energy Institute, where she co-authored research on clean energy programs and policies, and served on a climate mitigation advisory committee for the Irish government. Sarah’s past work also includes positions with the U.S. Department of Energy, most recently as a Policy Advisor Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, supporting analysis and implementation of the President’s Climate Action Plan, and advising senior leadership on a range of policy and management issues.
Bachelor of Science in Political Science, Northeastern University
Master of Science in Energy & Environmental Finance, University College Dublin