Author bio
Erin Rae Hoffer, PhD
Erin is the Academic Program Director of 1:1 Master of Public Administration / Doctor of Public Administration programs at National University. An architect with 25 years of experience in technology and practice, she held senior positions focused on the building industry, design and construction, and sustainable design and technology with startups, software companies, and academic institutions. Erin presents and writes on strategic industry change through technology. Erin was a member of the AIA’s National Committee on Codes and Standards, co-chair of the Boston Society of Architect’s Building Systems Committee, co-chair of the Energy Cluster of the Mass Tech Leadership Council.

Education -
​Ph.D., Law and Public Policy, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
M.B.A., Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
M.Arch., University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
B.A, Mathematics, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Research Areas include environmental justice, intergovernmental climate policy, behavioral response to public policy.
Professional Speaker Topics
​Public Policy
Public Administration
Climate Policy
Sustainable Urban Design
Design Technology
Architecture, Building Design, Sustainable Building Codes

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