Megan Sheahan (she/her) is an applied economist with experience across a broad range of topics, including the environment, agriculture, international development, human health, and safety. Her technical expertise includes statistical and econometric modeling, benefit-cost analysis, and impact evaluation.
Megan’s current work includes regulatory analysis to inform decision-making among several federal and state agencies, modeling the economic impacts of climate change for the USEPA, and valuing ecosystem service benefits for numerous clients. She also brings significant experience implementing and assessing poverty alleviation and food security programs and policies in low-income countries.
Megan holds a B.A. in Economics and International Relations from Boston University and an M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from Michigan State University.