Julie Nash, Research Leader, CCAFS
PhD, Natural Resources and Ecological Economics, University of Vermont
MBA, Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia
BS, Hotel Administration, Cornell University
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (802) 656-1046
Julie Nash research experience and interests center on sustainable development and consumer goods. She completed her PhD from the Rubenstein School, with a dissertation on sustainability standards in the marine cultured-pearl industry. Prior to starting at UVM, Julie has held various management positions in food systems processing, manufacturing, and marketing. Most recently, Julie managed global innovation and new product development at Ben & Jerry's. She also has an MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia and a BS from Cornell University.
Julie is leading the research team that is analyzing opportunities for climate change mitigation in USAID's Feed the Future program. In this role, Julie conducts research into methods and tools to improve estimates and projections of agricultural GHG emissions and explores opportunities for low emissions agricultural development. Based at the Gund Institute of Ecological Economics at the University of Vermont in the United States, she will be coordinating with colleagues and a diverse range of partners across the globe.
Julie is leading the research team in USAID's Feed the Future program
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