Catrina Rorke

Catrina Rorke is senior vice president for policy and research at the Climate Leadership Council and executive director of the Center for Climate and Trade. She collaborates with an innovative team of experts and diverse stakeholders to conduct and publish pioneering research, explore innovative policy approaches, and educate policymakers in support of effective, fair, and lasting solutions that lower global carbon emissions.

Prior to joining the Council, Ms. Rorke founded the energy and environment programs at both the R Street Institute and the American Action Forum. She previously served as a legislative assistant to former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis of South Carolina and staff to the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. In her time on the hill, Ms. Rorke helped develop the first Republican-sponsored carbon tax bill. She began her career as a presidential management fellow with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association.

Ms. Rorke has been recognized for her leadership in energy and climate policy by E&E News, The Hill, National Journal, and Grist, and her work has been published in national, local, and trade media. She supports center-right policy work by serving as a board member and advisor to several policy-focused organizations.

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