Mandy Kim supports E3’s Climate Pathways and Electrification practice area, specializing in model development to support a wide variety of decarbonization projects. Mandy joined E3 after earning her master’s degrees in Technology and Policy and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. There, her research focused on evaluating the costs and benefits of aviation emissions through climate and air quality modeling. Her work led to the development of a policy analysis tool that explores the variation of environmental impacts – namely climate, air quality, and ozone – across future policy and technological scenarios in the aviation sector.
Mandy is motivated to address the challenges of climate change by making technical analysis and quantitative results available to policy makers, utilities, and regulators. She is excited to support E3’s interdisciplinary work in the clean energy transition for an equitable and sustainable future.
Outside of work, Mandy enjoys hiking, dog-sitting, playing boardgames, and learning ceramics.
Education: MS, Technology and Policy, MS Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
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