Sally Qiu joined the Center on Global Energy Policy in October 2017 as a Research Associate. She supports the Center’s Senior Research Scholar David Sandalow, Professor of Professional Practice Jason Bordoff and Dean of SIPA Merit Janow on initiatives related to U.S. – China relations on economics, energy, and climate change. Prior to joining Columbia, she worked at the ClimateWorks Foundation and the United Nations ESCAP. Her work focused on policy and trend analysis related to energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region. She holds a MS degree in Public Policy and Management with a concentration on energy policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA degree in History and Environmental Geoscience from DePauw University.