Daniela Schulman is a Policy Researcher at the E3G Washington Office.
Her work includes research and analysis to help build transatlantic alignment, support and momentum for an ambitious whole-of-government agenda towards a global green recovery.
Daniela is also a Charles P. Howland and Cohen Public Service Fellow through Yale University. In this role she researches resilience for coastal cities in the US, as well as vertical integration of climate adaptation strategies in Fiji.
Before joining E3G in 2021, Daniela held positions in research and communications at Washington Conservation Voters (WCV) and the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy (YCELP). At WCV she organized grassroots networks to elect pro-environment state and local officials, and at YCELP she managed media strategy for the Environmental Performance Index.
Daniela holds a BS in Environmental Studies and Human Rights from Yale University.
When she’s not at work, Daniela loves to read memoirs, eat chocolate, and go to the beach for sun or a scuba dive.