Marshall Duer-Balkind

Program Analyst, Department of Energy & Environment

District of Columbia

Marshall Duer-Balkind is a Program Analyst Government of the District of Columbia’s Department of Energy & Environment. He specializes in using data to drive deep energy efficiency; he built and managed the District’s energy benchmarking program, and currently oversees evaluation of the DC Sustainable Energy Utility and the development and implementation of the District’s climate and energy plan, Clean Energy DC. Prior to joining the District Government, Marshall worked for the Institute for Market Transformation, and the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. He earned a Masters of Environmental Management from Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a minor in Computer Science, from Oberlin College, and he is an Environmental Leadership Program Senior Fellow.