Jacqueline is a Research Associate at the Center for Global Sustainability (CGS). Her work focuses on integrated quantitative analysis and modeling of energy systems, land use, and related issues at the center of climate and sustainability debates. Before joining CGS, Jacqueline graduated from UCLA with a masters degree in Public Policy, concentrating in Environment and Natural Resource Policy. During her masters program, her research focused on statewide drinking water availability in California. She is also a Fulbright alumna, where she researched smart meter rollout and green infrastructure development in Budapest, Hungary. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, going on walks, and listening to podcasts.