Securing America's Future Energy

Aaron Goldner

Policy Advisor, Office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse

Dr. Aaron Goldner received his bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University where he studied Earth and Environmental Science. After graduation from OSU, he spent time at Los Alamos National Laboratory as a post-baccalaureate fellow in their climate, ocean, and sea-ice modeling group where he looked out how climate change was affecting water resources. Following his work at Los Alamos, Aaron received his PhD from Purdue University where he studied climate dynamics and global climate modeling.

In addition to working on climate and energy modeling, he has spent the last several years working in public policy. Aaron’s work in policy has included working in the office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse as the American Geophysical Union (AGU)-AAAS Congressional Science Fellow and at the Department of Energy in the Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis doing climate and energy policy. Currently, Aaron works in the Office of Senator Whitehouse as his energy and transportation policy advisor.

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