Quentin Karpilow graduated with a J.D. from Yale Law School in 2018. While at Yale, Quentin wrote and edited articles discussing new developments in clean energy finance. He also covered conferences on energy regulations, sustainable business practices, and renewable energymarkets. He served as a Research Assistant at the Yale Forestry School, conducting quantitative research examining the impact of social networks on solar adoption inthe Solarize Connecticut initiative, a rooftop solar incentive program. Interviewed solarinstallers participating in Solarize. Prior to coming to Yale, Quentin spent two years at the Brooking Institute, where he wrote papers on labor market and education policies and collaborated with a team of researchersto develop the Social Genome Project and FamilyScape: two microsimulation models of economic mobility. He received his B.A. from Kenyon College in 2012, where he studied Mathematics and Economics.