Barbara manages DHInfrastructure’s finances and contracts. From 1998 to 2007, Barbara was a research associate and then consultant to the Peterson Institute for International Economics, where she coauthored a book and numerous articles on economic sanctions.
Nicole has experience with consumer willingness-to-pay surveys, cost of service studies, economic and financial analysis, and project evaluation. She has an MS in Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts and dual degrees (BA and BS) in Economics and Business from Westfield State University’s Honors Program.
Chris recently completed a report with the World Bank on heating and energy efficiency in the urban building sectors of the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan. He has an MA in History from Villanova University, and a BA in History and Psychology from the Liberal Arts Honors Program at Providence College.
Bronwyn specializes in regulation of energy markets and infrastructure. She has significant experience in the areas of renewable energy, electricity trading and transmission access and pricing, in New Zealand, Asia and further afield. She has a BSc (Operations Research) from University of Canterbury, NZ.
Josh specializes in urban development and urban services. He previously worked with Gehl Architects, designing urban revitalization strategies in Australia, New Zealand, and China. He is a LEED Accredited Professional with dual degrees in environmental and urban studies from Brown University.