Non-Resident Fellows

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Hanna Metuda
CESP Non-Resident Fellow

Hanna Metuda is currently assisting with the Local Climate and Sustainability Plan, an initiative dedicated to the development of local climate action plans for Virginia communities. She has completed Phase 1 of the project, where she successfully conducted a greenhouse gas inventory for Manassas City, Virginia. In 2020, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and International Politics from George Mason University. 

She is also currently a Housing Policy Research Intern for Neighborhood Fundamentals. In this role, she is collaborating with the Urban Land Institute in addressing opportunities and barriers to creating homes and neighborhoods that meet American families’ evolving, multigenerational housing needs. 

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Dr. Marc Kodack
CESP Non-Resident Fellow

Dr. Marc Kodack is Fellow at the Center for Energy Science and Policy. Before retiring from federal service in 2018 with over 31 years of experience, Marc served as the Water Program Manager in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Energy and Sustainability within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment. As the Water Program Manager, he assisted with policy, advocacy, management oversight, technical direction and control of Army programs for their effect on installation and operational sustainability, climate adaptation, resource security (water and energy), and strategic research and development. He assessed emerging issues affecting the long-term resource sustainability of Army facilities and operations. He made recommendations to senior officials through presentations, briefings, and information papers. He also represented the Army in multiple forums. He also served as the net zero water lead. He represented the Army in Department of Defense forums and workgroups including those related to climate change and adaptation. He served as the Department of Defense representative to the Western States Federal Agency Support Team (WestFAST). WestFAST is a collaboration between 12 federal agencies with water management responsibilities in the western U.S. WestFAST supports the Western States Water Council and the Western Governors Association in coordinating federal efforts on water resources. Marc has a Ph.D. and masters, both in Anthropology, from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has master’s degrees in Government Information Leadership and National Security Strategy from the National Defense’s University’s College of Information and Cyberspace and the National War College, respectively. He has a master’s degree in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University. He has a bachelor’s in Anthropology from Queens College of the City University of New York.

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