Welch Environmental Innovation Fellow, Center for Market Innovation
Sarah Dougherty splits her time between finance work in green stormwater infrastructure and clean energy. She has an educational and work background in economics and finance, including seven years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. There she led, at different points, economic education and energy analysis, working in alternative energy wherever she could. She had shorter stints at the Coalition for Green Capital, C2ES, a small solar EPC firm, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta—focused on asset-backed securities risk analysis. Dougherty is originally from Atlanta and has a master's in economics with a focus in public policy. She is based in Washington, D.C.