EPIC Expands Leadership Team With Hire From Prominent Think Tank
Lindsay Iversen, formerly at the Council on Foreign Relations, joins the Institute as deputy director.
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC) is proud to welcome Lindsay Iversen to its leadership team where she will serve as deputy director. Iversen comes to EPIC after seven years at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a prominent nonpartisan think tank. There, she served as the associate director for CFR's initiatives on climate change, food security and water security. She was previously the special assistant for research to CFR President Richard Haass.
"Lindsay brings to EPIC extensive hands-on experience building up and managing the day-to-day operations of what was a new initiative at one of America's leading foreign policy think tanks," says EPIC Director Michael Greenstone, the Milton Friedman Professor in Economics, the College and the Harris School. "She has considerable insight into the global energy challenge and experience working with high-level experts in this field. We're fortunate to have someone with her invaluable experience join our team."