Kristin Igusky is the Director of Programs and Analysis for the U.S. Climate Alliance. In this role, she supports the Secretariat’s team that delivers programs, policy research, and analysis work aimed at helping states move their climate policy priorities forward. She also supports Alliance states in improving state greenhouse gas emissions inventories and projections, as well as the application of the social cost of greenhouse gases. Previously, Igusky served as an Associate with the U.S. Climate Initiative at the World Resources Institute. In this role, she led research and analysis of clean energy and climate policies at the state, federal and local levels. This included identifying how states can meet their Clean Power Plan targets, tracking U.S. progress towards its 2020 and 2025 emissions reduction goals and developing analytical approaches to aggregate the sectoral impact of state, city and corporate climate and energy actions. Prior to her work at WRI, Igusky worked on SAIC’s Climate Change Services team where she focused on a wide range of GHG management projects for federal government agencies, local governments and private sector entities.