ACEF Speaker

Lauren Boucher


Lauren is a Manager supporting CLASP’s clean energy access and climate research portfolios. Lauren oversees the development of research reports and tools that allow policymakers, donors, development institutions, manufacturers, and other stakeholders to prioritize and support energy-efficient appliances and equipment. Prior to joining CLASP, Lauren was a Research Assistant at Yale University, where she worked on several projects ranging from environmental sustainability metrics to public climate change opinion. She has also supported monitoring and evaluation efforts with the Global Water Partnership and Sustainable Energy for All. Lauren holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon.


  • Spotlight Session: Enhancing Efficiency Standards and Labelling for Appliances in Asia-Pacific