Mary SchnelleEconomist

    Mary works in the energy and water practices at Frontier Economics as a graduate economist, providing qualitative and quantitative analysis on policy design and a range of other issues. Mary was previously an intern at Frontier, where she focused on infrastructure and energy economics. Within this role, she developed key insights into the adoption of renewable energy and created a cost benefit analysis framework for valuing sustainable infrastructure initiatives. Mary is passionate about sustainable development and resource use.

    Mary recently graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Economics. Prior to joining Frontier Economics, Mary worked in energy and resource economic consulting, developing a qualitive and quantitative skillset in the management of natural resources. Mary also held a tutoring role, teaching microeconomics.

    When not at her desk, you will find Mary testing out local cafes in her pursuit for the best coffee in Sydney.

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