Project Description

Caitlin Clark

Caitlin Clark


Caitlin’s background in environmental science, experience in local government sustainability, and her master’s degree in climate and environmental policy allows her to provide clients with an interdisciplinary perspective for navigating the junctures between science, technology, and policy. She supports AJW clients with in-depth research, development of effective communication for their business and technology goals, and support for their policy objectives.

Caitlin worked for three years in local government sustainability in California where she collaborated with utilities, municipal governments, nonprofits, businesses, and residents. The programs she supported and coordinated ranged from energy efficiency and electrification to climate action planning and grant administration through which she delivered meaningful outcomes to the community. Her master’s degree was focused on climate policy development, evidence-based decision making, and making science and technical information usable for decision makers.

• Expertise
• Climate Policy
• Energy Efficiency
• Science-Policy Nexus
• Research & Communication

• Energy Conservation Fellow at the City of San José
• Sustainability Coordinator at San Mateo County Office of Sustainability
• Sustainability Projects Intern at the World Travel & Tourism Council
• Research Contractor for the Science and Environmental Health Network

• B.A., Environmental Science and Minor in Physics, Earlham College
• Climate Protection Professional Certification, Skyline College
• M.Sc. Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy, King’s College London