MEEP Candidate, CEEP
Melissa Bollman is a Master of Energy and Environment Policy student at the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy at the University of Delaware. She received a BA in Environmental Policy/Science and Philosophy from McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, where she graduated summa cum laude. Prior to coming to CEEP, Melissa worked several years in Washington DC as a Research Fellow and Program Manager for a consumer-focused, advocacy and education-driven renewable energy non-profit. Melissa has previously researched topics pertaining to residential renewable use in the United States and natural resource management in Costa Rica. She is the co-author of two journal articles published in Carbon and Climate Law Review and Latin American Policy. She has also contributed to several energy factsheets for the University of Maryland Extension.