Sarah Dougherty

Sarah is consultant who uses her proven research skills and expertise in outreach and project management to bring greater efficiency and efficacy to projects. She has experience in building partnerships with governments, the private sector and civil society. She also writes regularly about alternative energy and environmental economics. Her published writing includes articles on alternative energy in the Southeast, understanding oil markets, the housing collapse and globalization, and increasing Hispanic Buying Power.

Sarah worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta from 2002 – 2009, five of those years were spent as an analyst in the research department responsible for developing the Bank’s intelligence in the energy industry.

From 2009 to 2010, Sarah worked at The Carter Center on the Access to Information Project, which was an initiative designed to assist foreign governments to become more transparent by reducing corruption and increasing citizen participation.

Ms. Dougherty holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Colgate University and a master’s degree in economics with a focus in public policy from Georgia State University.
 

Sarah Dougherty Consultant - Economics

Sarah Dougherty

Consultant - Economics

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Economic
Environmental
Finance & Fiscal Impact
Career Stage
  • Next Gen
  • Mid-Career
  • Bridge
  • Encore
  • Emeritus