Corri Waters conducts quantitative and qualitative research and analysis on utility-sector energy efficiency policies and programs. She supports the Utility Scorecard and research on cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency program design. She joined ACEEE in 2019.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Corri completed an internship at the Maryland Clean Energy Center focusing on coordinating events to promote clean energy policies, programs, and technologies. Corri also serves as the project manager for Pittsburgh’s Black Environmental Collective focusing on empowering, educating, and encouraging community members to understand and act on natural and man-made environmental risks, threats, and hazards to their health, safety, property, and climate.
Corri earned a bachelor of science in mathematics with a minor in environmental and sustainability studies from Loyola University Maryland in 2018.