Sabrina Rose is a policy consultant for the CCAFS Flagship on Low Emissions Development. Sabrina received her master’s degree in International Environmental Policy and Development Economics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Her research at Tufts focused on climate and agricultural policy in developing countries and covered topics such as climate finance, climate adaptation, and agroecology. Her thesis evaluated the effect of including adaptation in nationally determined contributions (NDCs) on adaptation finance. Prior to her graduate studies, Sabrina led greenhouse gas inventory analyses for U.S. federal and state clients as a climate and sustainability consultant at ICF. She earned her BS in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.

Sabrina’s areas of expertise include climate and food policy, climate mitigation, greenhouse gas accounting, and sustainable development. She is passionate about policy solutions for a more sustainable and just food system.