Ronald Denson Jr. conducts analysis and research on the health and environmental benefits of energy efficiency investments in the United States. His work supports policymakers, advocates and ACEEE programs in their consideration of energy efficiency policies and programs that can be used to address issues of health and equity in communities across the nation. He joined ACEEE in 2017.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Ronald worked as a legislative fellow in the U.S. House of Representatives, focusing primarily on health, education, and budgetary issues. Before his stint with Congress, he worked as a public health official for multiple local governmental agencies in the District of Columbia as well as a health educator and trainer to several clinical medical facilities. Ronald was also appointed as an Action Board Member for the American Public Health Association’s Environment Committee.
Ronald holds a master of science in health promotion, with a concentration in public policy, from American University. He earned a bachelor of arts in Spanish linguistics from the University of Florida.