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Anjali Gulati

Research Associate,

  • B.S., Economics, Morgan State University, 2021
  • M.A., Political Economics, Georgetown University, 2022

Anjali Gulati graduated from *thee illustrious* Morgan State University in May 2021 with a B.S. in Economics with minor in Finance & earned a credential of readiness in entrepreneurship (CORe) from Harvard Business School before going on to pursue MA in Political Economics from Georgetown University, of which she spent two semesters studying in Belgium at Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (’22). She is continuing education in Washington D.C. with the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Certified Business Economist (CBE) curriculum as the 2024 Frank Schott Memorial Scholarship recipient. 

Anjali began her career in environmental economics as a PEARL intern in Summer 2020 and continued as a Research Technician through 2021, working under the Department of Natural Resources on a project assessing transient boaters’ potential unmet needs in Maryland. Anjali is experienced in management consulting and advocacy at the state and federal levels, particularly for carbon pricing and global climate finance. She currently works part-time with Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA), a non-profit that works with communities of all faith traditions to frame the religious response to climate change through greening, education, and advocacy. 

In addition to developing data-driven insight through environmental economic research at PEARL, Anjali is passionate about organizing around climate equity & environmental justice, and in spare time, enjoys traveling, hiking, powerlifting, yoga, and talking to strangers about how to achieve a cleaner, greener future for all.