David Roland-Holst

David Roland-Holst is adjunct professor of agricultural and resource economics in the College of Natural Resources. He is an expert on the Chinese economy, international development, and environmental economics. Roland-Holst has authored six books and more than 100 professional journal articles and book chapters. He has also served in academic posts in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and conducted research in more than 40 countries, working with such institutions as the Asian Development Bank, Inter-American Development bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), World Bank, and several United Nations agencies, as well as governments in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the United States. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from UC Berkeley.

Aimee Barnes

Aimee Barnes is a Partner with Allotrope Partners, focused on investing in low-carbon and clean energy project development in emerging markets. Previously, Aimee was appointed Deputy Secretary for Border and Intergovernmental Relations by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in December 2013. From 2010-2013, she worked as an international climate change policy analyst at the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs, helping to establish their Directorate of Energy and Climate Change. Aimee advised the Directorate on international climate change policy, including the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations and the UN Conference on Sustainable Development. Prior to that, Aimee served as a policy advisor to the United Kingdom Department of Energy and Climate Change in their Strategy Directorate from 2009 to 2010. From 2007 to 2009, Aimee was the senior manager for U.S. regulatory affairs at EcoSecurities, and from 2005-2006 she worked as the coordinator of California advocacy and Latino outreach and as a senior land attorney assistant at the Natural Resources Defense Council. In this position she worked on environmental policy advocacy in California, and supported the launch of NRDC’s bespoke Spanish language website, La Onda Verde. Aimee holds a degree in Environmental Studies from Dartmouth College, and a Master of Public Administration degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

Kevin Nesbitt

Kevin Nesbitt

Degree Objective: PhD, Transportation Technology and Policy
Advisor: Joan Ogden
Graduation year: 
Current: xxx

Xinwei Li

Xinwei Li

Degree Objective: PhD, Transportation Technology and Policy
Advisor: Joan Ogden

Jennifer TyreeHageman

Jennifer TyreeHageman

Degree Objective: Ph.D., Sociology
Advisor: Victoria Smith

Rosaria Berliner

Rosaria (Aria) Berliner

Degree Objective: Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering
Advisor: Lew Fulton & Daniel Sperling

Arthur Wu

Arthur Wu

Degree Objective: MS, Transportation Technology and Policy
Advisor: Yueyue Fan