As Executive Director of the Environmental & Energy Law Program, Carrie leads the EELP team to identify legally durable strategies to support climate and environmental policies and advance clean energy deployment. With her legal and policy expertise in climate and environmental law, she has worked to build strategic alliances among stakeholders to advance policy solutions. Prior to the Environmental & Energy Law Program, Carrie was an Executive Vice President at M.J. Bradley & Associates where she directed power company coalitions that have played a critical role supporting, and defending in court, air pollution and climate regulations. Before that, Carrie was an Associate at Goodwin Procter and Willkie Farr & Gallagher. She received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and B.A. from Harvard University.
Selected Publications and Appearances
Appearance on Investopedia’s The Green Investor Podcast discussing the Supreme Court’s ruling against the EPA’s oversight of power plant greenhouse gas emissions. July 2022.
Appearance in CNN article discussing the Supreme Court’s decision on West Virginia v EPA. June 2022.
Podcast with Kate Konschnik in which they discuss EPA’s proposed methane rules for new and existing oil and natural gas sources. December 2021.
EPA’s Methane Proposal for the Oil and Gas Sector – A Strong Foundation to Reduce Methane Emissions and Regulatory Path for More, an EELP publication with Kate Konschnik, Hannah Perls, and Abby Husselbee. November, 2021
Podcast with Kevin Poloncarz in which they discuss what’s at stake with the appeals to the Supreme Court of the D.C. Circuit decision to vacate the Trump Administration’s Affordable Clean Energy Rule for the power sector. September 2021.
EPA’s Clean Cars Standards: Solid First Steps Toward Electrification, an EELP publication with Hana Vizcarra. August 2021.