Darcy Peth joined Ross Strategic in 2010. She has more than eight years of experience fulfilling client needs in the environmental and energy landscape. Darcy has a strong background in multi-stakeholder problem resolution, research, policy analysis, as well as education in environmental policy, policy science, and economics and law. She has provided strategic and analytic support to EPA’s Lean and Environment Initiative and Lean Government Initiative since 2010, co-authoring several publications, including several focused on transferring successful lean initiatives to other organizations through toolkits and webinars. She worked to support the Energy Foundation through a structured learning process and overall evaluation of its Key States Initiative and contributed to the second and third years of a third-party evaluation of the ClimateWorks Foundation. Darcy holds a master’s degree in environmental management with a focus in law, economics, and policy from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where she was awarded the Doris Duke Conservation Fellowship, and a dual Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) in government and environmental studies from the College of William and Mary.
Darcy loves to hike, cook, and travel. She can frequently be found at the park with her husband, daughter, and two mutts.