WASHINGTON—Resources for the Future (RFF) has named its newest Fellow: Daniel M. Sullivan.
Sullivan presently is a PhD student in Harvard University’s economics department. He officially will join RFF this summer.
RFF Vice President for Research and Senior Fellow Molly K. Macauley said, "Daniel Sullivan’s academic training includes environmental, labor, health, and urban economics. He also has terrific programming skills and familiarity with 'big data.' These are all skills necessary to successfully address emerging public policy challenges in several vital areas. We look forward to having him on our team.”
Sullivan is a native of Gilbert, Arizona. He earned his bachelor of science degree in mathematics and economics in 2010 from Brigham Young University, where he graduated magna cum laude. His graduate work has taken place from 2011 to present at Harvard.
RFF for more than 60 years has been an independent, nonpartisan think tank based in Washington, DC. It brings together the world’s largest and most respected collection of environmental economists. Their research and analysis improve environmental, energy, and natural resource public policies.