Katrina Jessoe is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Davis, where she specializes in environmental and energy economics. Much of her research centers on consumer and firm behavior in the energy and water sectors. In her research, she often collaborates with electric and water utilities, as well as state agencies. Some ongoing and recent research projects include the analysis of time-variant pricing programs for residential and commercial electricity customers, a field experiment on the energy and water conservation potential of pecuniary and non-pecuniary water conservation programs, and the impact of drinking water quality regulations in California. She received a BA from Princeton University in 2002 and a PhD in Environmental and Resource Economics from Yale University in 2009.