Francesca Reznik is a program associate for Energy & Mitigation Policy at the Aspen Institute’s Energy & Environment Program. In this role, Francesca assists in the planning and execution of high-level forums on a variety of topics, bringing together experts from both the private and public sectors to discuss the biggest issues facing us today. Prior to joining the team, she worked at All in Energy, an energy justice nonprofit in Massachusetts. A two-time University of Pennsylvania alum, she holds a BA in religious studies and a master’s degree in behavioral science, two unique perspectives which she brings to her climate work. After receiving her MBDS degree, she then pursued a Master of Theological Studies focusing on Religion, Ethics, and Politics at Harvard Divinity School. She believes in aligning people of faith with the existential threat of climate change, and tries to embody this ethic in her own life. Francesca was born in Mexico, raised in New Jersey, and is currently based in Boston.