Susan Starcovic is an expert in the economics of renewable and low-carbon energy, climate change risks, and issues affecting military quality of life. She also specializes in geospatial analysis and statistical modeling.
At CNA, her research has focused on climate change effects to the Navy, the impacts of lost training and testing spaces, the future Marine Corps prepositioned network, and military spouse compensation and employment issues. Prior to joining CNA, Starcovic worked at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the Division of Analytics and Surveillance. She was also an actuary in both the insurance and consulting industries.
Starcovic has a Master of Science in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University, where she focused on energy and environmental topics. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in actuarial science from Ohio State University.