Ronald Denson Jr. conducts analysis and research at the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) on the health and environmental benefits of energy efficiency investments in the United States. His work supports policymakers, advocates, and ACEEE programs in their consideration of energy efficiency policies and programs that can be used to address issues of health and equity in communities across the nation.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Ronald worked in the U.S. House of Representatives, the District of Columbia’s Department of Health, and several clinical medical facilities.
Ronald holds a master of science in health promotion management from American University. He earned a bachelor of arts in Spanish linguistics from the University of Florida.