Rosanna Ren is a graduate intern at the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities
Coalition. She joined GWRCCC in June 2020.
At GWRCCC, her work is primarily on transportation electrification policies focusing on underserved communities in the Washington D.C. area. She is interested in how local governments can pursue clean energy and climate action.
She is currently a graduate student at the University of Michigan, pursuing master’s
degrees in Environment and Sustainability, and Urban and Regional Planning. Her
master’s project worked with the City of Ann Arbor to research and design a policy for internal carbon pricing. She is also a Dow Sustainability Fellow at the University of Michigan, where she and other students contributed to a solar energy project with the Bailey Park Neighborhood Development Corporation in Detroit.
Prior to GWRCCC, she worked on policy design and energy efficiency program
evaluation at Rocky Mountain Institute and Guidehouse. She received her
undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley in Environmental Science and Environmental Economics.