Morgan Brummund works within Guidehouse’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure practice. Guidehouse professionals collaborate globally with utilities and energy providers, investors and large corporations, and NGOs and the public sector to create sustainable, resilient communities and infrastructure. Morgan specifically supports public sector clients with their clean energy deployment efforts.
Morgan was formerly a science, technology and policy fellow at the US Department of Energy within the Office of State and Community Energy Programs where she supported DOE’s work to enable strategic planning and investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy across the United States in collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders—state, local, and tribal governments, specifically.
Before joining the Department of Energy, Morgan worked as an energy policy analyst at the Idaho Office of Energy and Mineral Resources. Morgan graduated summa cum laude from Boise State University’s School of Public Service, where her studies and co-curricular activities focused on the environment, the energy transition, and public policy.