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Dr. Heather Kohls is an environmental economist with a focus on public policy efficiency. She received her BS from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and her Master’s in International Business Studies from the University of South Carolina. After several years living abroad, she returned to the U. S. and pursued her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. During that time, she spent eight years working as a financial supervisor in the insurance industry. She is also the faculty director for the Applied Global Business Learning program, sending students to develop communities around the world to work with entrepreneurs to improve their businesses.
Financial Supervisor, John Hancock Long Term Care Insurance
Microeconomic Theory, International Development, Environmental Economics, Mathematical Economics, Public Policy and Regulatory Economics.
“Committee Size and Smart Growth: An Optimal Solution” with Russ Kashian. Published by Journal of Applied Business and Economics (ISSN# 1499-691X), volume 9(2), February 2009.