Gretchen Greene, PhD

Principal Economist

Principal Economist Dr. Gretchen Greene has 20 years of diverse economics experience in natural resource, agricultural, and community economics. Dr. Greene has expertise in water demand and management, ecosystem service valuation, regional economic impact assessment, economics of sensitive species, and public infrastructure investment. An experienced facilitator, Dr. Greene has developed focus groups and surveys surrounding…

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Who is Gretchen Greene, PhD?

Principal Economist

Dr. Gretchen Greene has 20 years of diverse economics experience in natural resource, agricultural, and community economics. Dr. Greene has expertise in water demand and management, ecosystem service valuation, regional economic impact assessment, economics of sensitive species, and public infrastructure investment. An experienced facilitator, Dr. Greene has developed focus groups and surveys surrounding a number of environmental topics. She has worked in dozens of different cultural environments from southern Africa to Mongolia to Native American communities. She also brings expertise sustainable economic development; feasibility analyses; demographics, socioeconomics, and environmental justice; dredging and sediment cleanup; navigation, and survey design and data analysis. She has worked with numerous federal, state, tribal, and municipal agencies as well as private industrial clients and law firms.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida

 

Master of Science in Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida

 

Bachelor of Arts in Religion Studies, Wellesley College, MA