Diana Schoder

Water Infrastructure Research and Policy Fellow

Diana conducts water infrastructure and related research as well as supports everyday operations.

Diana Schoder is a Master of Public Policy candidate at Georgetown University. Previously, she conducted research on health and the built environment in the Urban Land Institute’s Building Healthy Places Initiative. She has also served as research associate in global health, economics, and development at the Council on Foreign Relations, completed a yearlong fellowship at the American Economic Association, and earned a BA in economics and environmental studies from Haverford College.