Noah Dubin is a Master in Public Policy candidate at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. His work focuses on sustainability, climate change, and environmental justice in urban settings. Prior to pursuing his degree from the Kennedy School, Dubin served as a political appointee at the US Environmental Protection (EPA), first as a scheduler to Administrator Lisa Jackson, and then as Special Assistant for International and Tribal Affairs under Administrator Gina McCarthy. In the latter role, Dubin was responsible for implementing EPA’s policies outside the US’s borders, including in foreign nations and in tribal nations, both in the US and abroad. Dubin previously worked on the 2008 Obama for America presidential campaign at headquarters in Chicago, and then traveled to Washington, DC to serve on the Presidential Transition Team. He is a native of Evanston, Illinois and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Oberlin College.