Mikayla Elder recently joined EEC as a Legislative Associate. Mikayla specializes in EV infrastructure, transportation, and water policy as well as association management. Mikayla aids clients by providing real-time updates on important news in the legislature relating to them, identifying policy priorities, tracking and analyzing state budgets to inform our clients, and engaging with the state legislature and agencies to further clients’ policy and funding goals.
Prior to working at EEC, Mikayla worked as a Program Manager at a public health company where she managed three county clients: San Francisco, Alameda, and San Mateo County. She also worked within the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at UC Davis where she designed a latent class analysis of survey data on public transportation use before and after the pandemic. In addition to this, she worked on Building Energy at Building Energy Compliance Testing where she performed HERS Testing, Title 24 compliance as well as load calculation and duct design to help residential homes comply with the Title 24 Energy Code.
Mikayla graduated with a B.S. in Managerial Economics and an M.S. in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of California, Davis.