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Jeri Sawyer is a principal economist with more than 30 years of experience providing energy, agricultural, climate, and natural resource economic analysis. She has extensive experience developing models and interactive tools to provide analysis for complex decision making with uncertainty, as well as economic impacts and population projections. She has worked both for and with public and private sectors throughout her career. 

She earned a master’s degree in Economics from Portland State University and received her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics from Washington State University, Pullman. 


15807 NE 199th Street

Battle Ground, WA 98604

Areas of focus

  • socioeconomic impact analysis 

  • regional economic impact analysis 

  • demographic forecasting 

  • water demand forecasting 

  • regional economic forecasting 

  • energy demand forecasting 

  • energy economic analysis 

  • water economic analysis 

  • health economic analysis 

  • air quality regulation analysis 

  • agricultural economic analysis 

  • PIA analysis 

  • cost-benefit analysis 

  • recreation analysis 

  • recycling and solid waste management

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