Stacy loves big strategic challenges, and is currently a Research Associate with UC Berkeley's Energy & Climate Institute. Stacy's academic research focuses on near-term climate change science and mitigation policy, with an emphasis on short-term vs. long-term mitigation pathways.She also consults with organizations on issues relating to climate mitigation strategy, education, and communication. Stacyhas been named a Switzer Fellow, and recently served as a member of the Council of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) .
Prior to graduate school, Stacy spent over a decade in corporate finance and strategy, most recently as a Finance Director for NIKE, Inc. Her passion for grappling with tough big-picture problems is one of the constant threads of her business and academic journey.
Stacy's academic training has been highly interdisciplinary, spanning the sciences, engineering, policy, and business. She holds a PhD and MS in Energy & Resources from UC Berkeley (2012, 2008), an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School (2001), and a BSE in Operations Research from Princeton University (1994).
Stacy C. Jackson, copyright 2014, last updated July 9,2014.