Sean’s research focuses on the area of Ecological Finance, which takes modern perspectives on money, banking, and sustainability into a larger macroeconomic context. Sean holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Economics from Bowdoin College (2011). During his time as an undergraduate, Sean worked for an international sustainable development initiative in a rural area of Nicaragua and studied economics and anthropology in Buenos Aires. Prior to joining the Gund Institute, Sean worked for five years as a Policy Analyst for Abt Associates in Cambridge, MA, where he supported numerous federal research initiatives in housing and workforce development and played a major role in the management and authorship of several editions of the Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress.
Advisor: Josh Farley