heather-molineHeather Moline graduated with concentrations in economics, English writing, and Spanish from Loyola Marymount University. She then volunteered for two years at a popular education center in Nicaragua and has since been working for international and environmental non-profits. She became interested in environmental policy at a non-profit that wrote and implemented programs to engage faith-based Oregon voters in pro-environmental behaviors. She is excited to be pursuing a Master of Public Policy at OSU and to work with Hilary on the Smart and Connected Kids for Sustainable Energy Communities Project, particularly in exploring the study’s implications for policy and big data access.