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Ray Hartwell

Former Graduate Research Assistant, ICIS

Ray Hartwell, former Graduate Research Assistant, received a Masters of Public Administration at the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service with a Policy Analysis specialization. His thesis topic is an econometric model of water demand. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Williams College in German and French, with significant coursework in mathematics. Before working at ICIS, he has worked for Environmental Defense in New York City and on the West Coast where he conducted research and outreach on sustainable fisheries management. Prior to coming to New York, Ray was a program officer at the Deschutes Resource Conservancy in Bend, Oregon where he designed and implemented market based river restoration programs. Education: B.A. (Summa Cum Laude) German and French, Williams College; M.P.A. (2005) NYU, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.





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