Austin builds strong connections between the research and policy communities at the local, state, and national levels with a focus on clean energy and sustainable transportation.
Colin helps guide research and outreach on issues relating to transportation, energy, air quality, and carbon markets.
Mollie Cohen D'Agostino
Mollie directs the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis. Her work spans several sectors and includes environmental policy, community development, and transportation planning.
Energy and Transportation Policy Analyst
Kelly is a policy analyst with the Policy Institute, where she provides analysis of world-leading research for equitable, economic, sustainable energy, and transportation policy solutions.
J.C. Garcia Sanchez
Environmental Justice Policy Analyst
J.C. is an Environmental Justice Policy Analyst focusing on responsible urban development and the equitable distribution of public recreation spaces. He came to UC Davis after working as an Adjunct Faculty for several Community Colleges in Southern California, and as a Lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona.
Policy Evaluation Specialist
Brian specializes in program evaluation. He focuses on evaluating the design, implementation, and impact of a diverse array of energy, transportation, and natural resources initiatives.
Program and Outreach Manager
Sara manages the Policy Institute’s portfolio of policy research projects and executes engagement strategies to connect research to appropriate policy audiences.
Hannah works at the nexus of engineering and public policy, focusing on water, ecosystems, and climate. She also supports the Policy Institute on communications and outreach.
Jen-Ann’s research focuses on innovative transportation technologies and the legal implications. She is also interested in the role administrative law plays in environmental policy.
Graduate Student Researcher
Paige is interested in institutional design and state legislative behavior. Her research focuses on committee politics with an emphasis on bureaucratic oversight and interest group influence in the wake of term limits.
Amber is Executive Director of the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) and a Policy Fellow with the Policy Institute.
Ingrid works on the processes through which energy technologies and fuels are classified as renewable.
Mark’s research involves economics (mainly cost-benefit analysis), environmental science, analysis of energy technologies, systems engineering, and town planning.
Affiliate Researcher, Climate Change Program
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Assistant Project Scientist
Julie’s research for the Policy Institute and the Institute of Transportation Studies focuses on transportation and climate policies.
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