Tracy Terry is the director for energy security of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Energy Project. Prior to joining the National Commission on Energy Policy, the precursor to BPC’s Energy Project, she worked as an economist with the Department of Energy (DOE) analyzing the economic effects of electricity restructuring and environmental policies related to the electric sector. Tracy served on the interagency work group charged with developing the Administration’s multi-pollutant proposal, and she has analyzed a variety of issues related to the California power crisis. Prior to joining DOE, Tracy worked at the Environmental Protection Agency where she was a lead analyst for the U.S. Government’s review of international climate change policies proposed for the Kyoto Protocol. Tracy is an expert in energy-economic modeling and has used a wide variety of industry models for analysis. She holds a B.A. in government and economics from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University.