Kitty Pollack is a Senior Program Manager for Strategic Project Development with the Energy and Environment program. In this role, she works on identifying and developing new projects and key strategic priorities across the program, and in doing so supports the leadership team in growing the program and its impact. In addition to this role, she works on the Climate and Environment team on a variety of key projects, including Aspen Ideas: Climate, wildfire resilience, its U.S.-India/China Track II Dialogues, carbon dioxide removal, and others.
Prior to joining the Energy & Environment Program, Kitty worked with the Office of Institutional Advancement at the Aspen Institute. She also has worked at the Cape Eleuthera Island School in their Center for Sustainable Development and at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration in their Ocean Acidification Program. She graduated from Middlebury College with degrees in English and Environmental Policy.