WYATT LUNDY, Research Director
Wyatt Lundy is the Research Director at the California Foundation on the Environment and the Economy (CFEE) where he is responsible for developing and maintaining in-house public policy expertise in each of CFEE's subject areas of energy, water, transportation infrastructure, housing, and information and communications technologies (ICT). Wyatt prepares policy and communication documents that support CFEE's mission of engaging and educating stakeholders, a group that includes California State legislators, regulatory and administrative officials, as well as CFEE's non-partisan coalition of labor, environmental, business and local government leaders.
As Research Director, Wyatt works with Board Members, the President and CEO, and external audiences to develop agendas and convene participants for policy forums in California and study travel projects in foreign nations.
His previous experience includes working for the Mayor's Office of Los Angeles, as well as completing analytic projects for research organizations, including a public policy think tank and higher education institutions. He joined CFEE to support their mission of facilitating informed dialogue between stakeholders as they deliberate on policies and projects with long-term environmental and economic impacts for California.
Wyatt is a Phi Beta Kappa alumnus of the University of Michigan where he received a B.A. in History with High Distinction. He later earned his Master of Public Policy from the University of Southern California, graduating as a Dean's Merit Scholar and a Phi Kappa Phi inductee.