Hale Forster, PhD
Hale Forster is a behavioral scientist with over 10 years of experience in the energy sector. Her research applies the science of behavior change to solve real world problems, exploring how we can align our everyday behaviors with our long term goals and how and for whom behavior change strategies work. She spent five years as a senior analyst at Research Into Action, where she conducted energy efficiency process evaluation and market research. She is currently a PhD candidate in the Psychology department at Columbia University, where she works in the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions and the Center for Decision Sciences. When not conducting research, Hale can usually be found hiking and biking outside Manhattan with her dog, Rosie.
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