Christi Electris is a former Associate Fellow at the Tellus Institute and a founding team member at the Croatan Institute. She has done consulting and research work on a variety of projects in energy, climate, agriculture, well-being, sustainability indicators, and corporate redesign. A computer scientist and quantitative policy analyst by training, she has worked as a researcher at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where she designed and built data-driven and knowledge-based probabilistic models, and a research assistant at MIT’s Global System for Sustainable Development group, the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment, and the Sloan School of Management. She studied computer science at the University of Pennsylvania, with minors in mathematics and cognitive science, and holds an MS in Technology and Policy from MIT and an MA in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
Total Portfolio Activation: A Framework for Creating Social and Environmental Impact Across Asset Classes
Environmental, Social and Governance Investing by College and University Endowments in the United States: Social Responsibility, Sustainability, and Stakeholder Relations
Worker Equity in Food and Agriculture: Practices at the 100 Largest and Most Influential U.S. Companies