Ms. Genova has a diverse background in environmental science and natural resource policy, with extensive experience in economic analysis. She focuses on the analysis of costs and benefits of proposed environmental and natural resource policies. In a variety of contexts, Ms. Genova uses input-output modeling and geospatial analysis to characterize regional economic impacts of changes in regulatory requirements on private, local, tribal, and state entities. Ms. Genova has frequently presented findings of her analyses, which are subject to intense public and legal scrutiny, to federal, state, and tribal governments, as well as the public.
Ms. Genova holds a B.A. in Earth and Environmental Science from Wesleyan University, and an M.A. in Environmental Studies from Brown University.