Ken is the Research Analyst on the Air Quality team at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. He works with program co-leads to strengthen and grow a WRI-anchored community of practice that brings cutting-edge science together with strategic community, business and policy action to co-produce cleaner air for all.
Prior to joining WRI, Ken worked as student research assistant in the Saikawa lab at Emory University, where he conducted soil trace gas flux research in living mulch and conventional agricultural systems. He also has experience working on emission inventories for both the City of Atlanta and Emory University.
Ken holds a B.S. in Environmental Sciences and B.A. in Chemistry from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
In his free time, Ken enjoys playing soccer, hiking and learning new plant-based recipes.