Jessica Koski is a Climate Policy Associate at SEI’s US Center and a Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow. Her work focuses on expanding humanistic perspectives on climate change, with a particular emphasis on supply-side climate policy and the role of social mobilization in determining environmental policy outcomes.
Prior to joining SEI, Jessica was an organizer on the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign.
Jessica holds a B.A. in Economics and Women’s Studies from Bowdoin College and a PhD. in Sociology from Northwestern University. Combining insights from the study of social movements, the sociology of law, and science and technology studies, her doctoral research examined the development and impact of human rights-based approaches to climate policy-making.