Michael Marble has been a Researcher and Office Manager for Ecologic Institute Washington, DC since August 2009. Since joining Ecologic, he has worked on projects dealing with technology transfer, US federal actions on climate change as well as North American regional initiatives. He is interested in the carbon market, policy surrounding renewable energy and energy efficiency as well as coordinated EU endeavors on tackling climate change. Additionally, he has provided office management support for the growing Washington office. A native English speaker, Michael also has a good command of Bulgarian and some knowledge of Spanish and German.
From 2005-07 he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Haskovo, Bulgaria. While there, he managed a large number of projects on the local, national and international level, in addition to attending to his duties as a teacher. Prior to Peace Corps, he worked at Wachovia National Bank for over five years focusing on financial and retirement planning.
Michael Marble holds a Masters of European and Eurasian Studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. Due to his concentration on the EU, he also earned an American Consortium of European Union Studies (ACES) certification. His BA is from Wittenberg University where he majored in Political Science and minored in History.
Michael Marble currently lives in Arlington, Virginia with his wife.