Ms. Israel specializes in economic and policy analysis and litigation support. She has extensive experience developing cost-benefit, socioeconomic impact and regulatory impact analyses, regularly providing high quality analyses to federal and state regulatory agencies to support their decision-making processes. Ms. Israel is skilled at coordinating with stakeholders to gather information about potential economic impacts. She often applies these skills to assist with preparation of large-scale environmental impact statements, assessing the socioeconomic impacts of proposed actions. On the litigation side, she has provided support on a variety of complex matters involving economic damages, as well as a number of Natural Resource Damage Assessment cases. Ms. Israel also works with Tribes to evaluate cultural, social and spiritual losses resulting from environmental contamination.
Ms. Israel holds an M.B.A. from University of Washington in Finance/Accounting and Environmental Management and a B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy from Mt. Holyoke College.