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Megan Emiko Scott
Policy Analyst

Megan Emiko Scott is a Policy Analyst at the Center for Labor Research and Education. She contributes to the work of the Donald Vial Center on Employment in the Green Economy at IRLE. Megan specializes in research and policy analysis to support job quality, access and training in California's green economy. Previously, she worked as a Researcher at Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education (SCOPE), a community-based organization in Los Angeles, and as a Federal Policy Associate with Green For All in Washington, DC. Megan received a Masters in Public Policy from UCLA in 2009.

Recent Publications

Workforce Issues and Energy Efficiency Programs: A Plan for California's Utilities
May 2014, by Carol Zabin, Jessica Halpern-Finnerty , Megan Emiko Scott, Betony Jones, Robin Walther, Cecilia Estolano, Alex Paxton, Cynthia Guzman, Linda Collins, Anjana Richards, and Peter Simon.

Proposition 39: Jobs and Training for California's Workforce PDF
May 2013, by Carol Zabin and Megan Emiko Scott

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