Senior Policy Analyst
Iliana Paul joined Policy Integrity in September 2016. She received her Master of Public Administration from NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service in May 2016 with a specialization in International Development Policy. Before starting at Policy Integrity, Iliana focused on global climate and sustainability issues; she was the Program Officer for the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA), interned for the United Nations World Food Programme, and was a fellow at the Women’s Environment & Development Organization. She has also been an adjunct lecturer and teaching assistant for undergraduate and graduate courses on public policy and the environment at NYU’s College of Arts and Sciences and NYU Wagner. Iliana received her BA, magna cum laude, in International Relations and French from Mount Holyoke College, holds an International Program Certificate from Sciences Po – Paris, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
She can be reached at [email protected].
How Cost-Benefit Analysis Can Promote Equity and Advance Environmental Justice
Responding to Criticism of the Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases
Assessing the Environmental Laws and Policies Weakened in Response to Covid-19
Executive Order 12,898 and Climate Change
Subregional Estimates of the Environmental Value of Distributed Energy Resources in the United States