Madison Johnson

Data Analyst

Madison is passionate about the intersection between applied mathematics and environmentalism and strives to use her skillset to combat climate change. While she is relatively new to the clean energy sector, her educational background ranges from mathematical biology to statistics and scientific computing. Enthusiastic about education and outreach, she has a long history of working with students and always aims to produce thoughtful work that is accessible to those in the industry and beyond.

As part of the Technology Transformation team, she uses monitoring data from HVAC sites to collaborate with engineers and inform manufactures how to improve developing technology, and she brings her coding expertise to work on maintaining and updating the Ecosizer.

M.S., Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, 2021

B.S., Applied Mathematics, Boise State University, 2020


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