Jeremy is a senior economist with an extensive background in water and natural resources economic analysis including applications to water reuse, water supply and valuation, environmental valuation, benefit-cost analysis, and agricultural economics.
He received a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts in economics and finance from the University of New Mexico. While pursuing his degrees, he worked as a research assistant at the university and later, after he graduated, he worked at UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research, where he conducted a number of economic studies.
Much of Jeremy’s efforts have been in support of feasibility and National Environmental Policy Act studies for a range of federal and municipal clients. He is passionate about our comprehensive triple bottom line benefit-cost framework, called Sustainable Return on Investment, which evaluates investment and business case decisions for water supply projects.