Senior Associate of Research, Clean Cooking Alliance
Alicia Oberholzer is a former Graduate Research Assistant at the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative, where her work focused on updating a systematic literature review on the barriers and enablers of household solar technology adoption. Currently, Alicia is the Senior Associate of Research at the Clean Cooking Alliance, where her work primarily focuses on managing a portfolio of studies related to the health impacts of household air pollution. Alicia is also passionate about the development of open-source digital tools to guide decision-making in the energy access sector and research translation. When she’s not nerding out about energy, you can find her climbing rocks or cuddling with her two cats.