Olivia Pearman is Research Associate at Acadia Center. Her work focuses on researching, summarizing, and analyzing statutes, regulations, current issues and planning documents in support of Acadia Center’s Energy Efficiency and Grid Modernization Initiatives. She received her master’s in environmental management degree from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. At Yale, her primary project explored questions of policy related to conflicts between energy development and wildlife conservation. Her co-produced article from this work was published on The Nature Conservancy’s website. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras working in the arena of Protected Areas Management. She received her Bachelor of Science summa cum laude in Environmental and Natural Resource Management from Clemson University.