is a Consultant with Anderson
Economic Group, working in the Public Policy and Economic Analysis practice area. Her background is in applied economics.
While at AEG, Ms. Giroux has performed research and analysis for a wide range of clients, including universities, trade associations, and businesses. Her recent work includes multi-scenario analysis of pending energy regulation; economic and fiscal impact analyses of major investments; analyses of new tourism activity due to policy changes as well as special events; benchmarking studies; and analyses of tax reform proposals.
Prior to joining AEG, Ms. Giroux worked as graduate assistant at Michigan State University and as an intern at the Citizens Research Council, a non-profit research organization that focuses on public policy issues in Michigan. She has also worked as an engineer in the petrochemicals industry in Louisiana and as an AmeriCorps VISTA at a non-profit in New Orleans.
Ms. Giroux holds a Master of Science in Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, both from Michigan State University.