Jeri Sawyer

Senior Economist

Jeri Sawyer is a senior economist with more than 25 years of experience in socioeconomic and regional economic impact analysis, as well as water, health, energy, and agricultural economic analysis. With extensive experience in natural resource economics, Jeri excels in providing benefit cost analysis, impact analysis, and resource valuation for water, recreational, energy, and critical…

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I love living in the Pacific Northwest! As an economist at MFA, I help clients solve complex problems while positively impacting the environment and community in which I live, as well as the region as a whole.
I love living in the Pacific Northwest! As an economist at MFA, I help clients solve complex problems while positively impacting the environment and community in which I live, as well as the region as a whole.
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Who is Jeri Sawyer?

Jeri Sawyer is a senior economist with more than 25 years of experience in socioeconomic and regional economic impact analysis, as well as water, health, energy, and agricultural economic analysis. With extensive experience in natural resource economics, Jeri excels in providing benefit cost analysis, impact analysis, and resource valuation for water, recreational, energy, and critical habitat projects. Through this work, she has developed significant expertise in creating decision making tools related to risk or other changing parameters, as well as demographic and economic forecasting tools and models.

Much of Jeri’s recent work has focused on developing regional economic impact analyses for projects relating to water infrastructure, the recycling industry, the oil industry, and the mining industry. She provides expert review of changes in federal regulations and feasibility analyses for resources such as threatened and endangered species, air and water quality; as well as transportation projects, and wind and hydro power production.

Education

Master of Science in Economics, Portland State University

 

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics, Washington State University

 

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Our best work happens when we help clients implement solutions that benefit not only the bottom line, but also community, jobs, economic and environmental health.  To that end, we have added four new staff members who form MFA’s economics...

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