Jean has always called the Pacific Northwest home, having lived up and down the state alongside the Puget Sound. Nowadays if she’s not exploring the South Sound with her son then she’s reading about how to deepen environmental and economic connections within communities. It was through this passion for economic theory and environmental health that originally led her to Earth Economics. She currently supports a wide range of quantitative and qualitative research – from benefit-cost models to new methods of measuring the co-benefits of green infrastructure.
"Gem of the Emerald Corridor: Nature's Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. May, 2018.
B.S. Environmental Science
University of Washington-Tacoma | Tacoma, WA