Program Assistant, Energy & Transportation program
Since joining NRDC in 2015, Kaitlin Brazill has worked as part of the Energy & Transportation program, focusing on efforts to scale up offshore wind energy in the United States while ensuring adequate safeguards for vulnerable ocean habitat and wildlife. Brazill also focuses on gender equity with regards to access to clean and affordable energy, both within the States and in developing parts of the world. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Merrimack College and a master’s from the Milano School of International Affairs at the New School, where she concentrated in economic development. Prior to joining NRDC, she worked with the World Wildlife Fund, assessing the socioeconomic impacts of marine protected areas, as well as with VGIF, an international women’s fund, providing grants to locally generated projects advancing the rights of women and girls. She is based in New York.