Having joined the VEIC Consulting Division in May, 2011, Juliette brings with her strong research and analytical skills. She joined VEIC in 2007 to work on the Efficiency Vermont contract as the Retail Market Coordinator in the Residential Retail Efficiency Products team. In that role she administered the efficient products program, coordinated promotions with retailers, manufacturers, subcontractors, and various agencies, as well as designed customer surveys, created maps and digests for planning purposes, and researched and analyzed market data.
Prior to joining VEIC, Juliette worked on a variety of ornithological studies where she had the opportunity to explore a great diversity of ecosystems and cultures. In 2010, Juliette completed a Master’s degree in Science, focusing on atmospheric mercury pollution, which originates in majority from burning coal for power generation. She also worked as a research assistant on a project focusing on carbon storage in forests during her graduate studies. For this work, she coordinated a team in the field and in the lab while managing the data collected.
- Master of Science, Plant and Soil Science, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, 2010
- Bachelor of Science, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, magna cum laude, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2004