Maggie Carroll is a Program Manager with the Energy and Environment Program (EEP) at the Aspen Institute. In this role, she helps to facilitate EEP convenings across the country focused on energy issues, including energy governance in Texas, clean energy technology and innovation, the US electricity sector, and global oil and gas markets. Maggie was a delegate with Dickinson College at COP17 in Durban and spent a semester in Barcelona, Spain where she studied global sustainability. During her graduate studies, Maggie conducted sustainability leadership training in Costa Rica, focused on vision, strategy, and communication. Prior to joining EEP, Maggie served as a Program Manager at OurEnergyPolicy.org, where she facilitated substantive dialogue on energy policy as a resource to policymakers, the general public, and media. Previously, she also worked as an environmental consultant for Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. She received a MS in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in Environmental Studies from Dickinson College. Maggie is a registered yoga teacher and enjoys practicing yoga and hiking in her free time.
Maggie Carroll is the Energy Program Manager with the Energy and Environment Program at the Aspen Institute.