Marshall Duer-Balkind is a Sustainability Analyst with Integral Group, a deep green engineering and consulting firm specializing in net-zero energy building and planning. In this role, he develops energy and climate plans for cities and universities across the Eastern United States and Canada. Prior to joining Integral Group, Marshall was a Program Analyst for Data & Benchmarking at the Department of Energy & Environment, Government of the District of Columbia, where he served as lead technical analyst on the District’s Climate and Energy Action plan (Clean Energy DC), oversaw evaluation of the DC Sustainable Energy Utility, and was the Program Manager in charge of implementing one of the nation’s first Building Energy Benchmarking and Transparency programs. He has also worked for the Institute for Market Transformation and the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. He earned a Master of Environmental Management (M.E.M.) from Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a minor in Computer Science, from Oberlin College. He is a Senior Fellow with the Environmental Leadership Program, an active member of the National Capital Region Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, and a native of the District of Columbia. In his spare time, he enjoys community-building, cooking, and blues dancing.