Ms. Baxter designs and conducts economic assessments in support of public policy development and environmental litigation. In the public policy arena, she focuses on analyzing the costs
and benefits of complex and innovative federal and state regulatory programs, particularly
proposed regulations affecting public and private resource and land use, homeland security,
and public health and safety. Ms. Baxter's significant expertise
in the area of regulatory analysis is reflected in her work on state-of-the-art methods and
guidance development. She also provides expert witness support for clients involved in
complex environmental litigation.
Ms. Baxter earned a B.A., magna cum laude, with distinction, in Environmental Science from Boston University, where she was inducted into the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. She holds a Master of Environmental Science (MES) in Environmental Policy and Management from Yale University.