Charlotte Grubb

Research and Communications Manager

Before joining EPI, Charlotte was the staff economist for three years at Oceana, where she provided economic analysis for marine habitat and fisheries policy and mentored staff in campaign strategy. Her work included a global report on the economic potential of well-managed fisheries. Prior to Oceana, Charlotte has worked on farms, for USAID contractors, and also lived in East Africa for two years working on forestry and wildlife management issues. She has also spent substantial time supporting frontline communities in the US against pipelines. She has published work in technical reports, newspapers, and academic journals.

Charlotte earned a Master’s in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh and a B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University.

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Charlotte is a Research and Communications Manager for EPI. Before joining EPI, Charlotte was the staff economist for three years at Oceana, where she provided economic analysis for marine habitat and fisheries policy and mentored staff in campaign strategy. Her work included a global report on the economic potential of well-managed fisheries. Prior to Oceana, Charlotte has worked on farms, for USAID contractors, and also lived in East Africa for two years working on forestry and wildlife management issues. She has also spent substantial time supporting frontline communities in the US against pipelines. She has published work in technical reports, newspapers, and academic journals. Charlotte earned a Master’s in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh and a B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University.