Ms. Thompson holds a Master of Environmental Management degree from the Yale School of the Environment ('23) with specializations in Business & Energy Systems. She received her B.A. Magna Cume Laude in Politics with a focus in Political Economy from Scripps College. During her B.A., she studied global impacts of climate change through the politics of food, water, and energy while traveling across Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia with the School for International Training.
Maggie's passion for climate resilience steers her academic and professional pursuits. Ms. Thompson has served as a Climate and Energy Policy Research and Legislative Intern at the Environmental Defense Fund, a Climate Policy Intern in Senator Dianne Feinstein's DC office, and a Climate Policy Intern at the California Governor's Office of Planning and Research under the Brown Administration. While at Yale, Ms. Thompson was a Summer Associate at the climate tech venture capital firm Ecosystem Integrity Fund where she performed due diligence for energy and resilience investments. Prior to that, she served as a Venture Capital Fellow at the food tech VC firm Supply Chain Capital and the sustainability-focused VC firm Arborview Capital.
Ms. Thompson is currently a Clean Energy & Green Tech Investment Banking Analyst at Marathon Capital. She is responsible for conducting research and due diligence, authoring marketing and offering materials, preparing financial analysis, and creating financial models supporting Marathon Capital’s senior bankers. She holds Series 63 and 79 licenses.
Maggie is from southern California. She enjoys hiking, biking, surfing, reading, and most other outdoor-friendly activities.