Rose Dakin works on economic and community analysis for BCS, focused on the extractive industries, the tension between multinational enterprise, community enterprise, and environmental resilience.
Prior to joining BCS, Rose Dakin worked as an analyst at Energetics Inc., a firm specializing in energy and environmental analysis for the U.S. Department of Energy, and in New Delhi at the United Nations Asia-Pacific Center for Technology Transfer researching climate change abatement in developing South Asian countries.
Rose Dakin received her B.S. from Cornell University in Natural Resources and completed an M.A. in South Asia Studies and in International Energy and Environmental Policy at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She lived in India for a year and speaks Hindi and Urdu.
Rose Dakin currently works from Abu Dhabi.