Ms. Black specializes in applied economics and technical communication. Her work supports a variety of federal regulatory programs, including those related to climate change, endangered species protection, human health, and homeland security. Ms. Black has extensive experience designing and conducting economic analyses of complex federal regulatory programs and climate change impacts. A skilled technical writer and editor, she is adept at synthesizing the results of technical analyses in reports and presentations that are accessible to a wide range of audiences, from policymakers to industry stakeholders and the public.
Ms. Black holds a B.A. in Environmental Technology and Policy from Swarthmore College, and an M.S. in Urban Planning from Columbia University, where she specialized in environmental planning.