Vincent Gauthier

Vincent Gauthier

Career Interests

Food system policy, agricultural supply sustainability, natural resource economics, food security, sustainable development.
Employment Sought:


Masters of Environmental Management, May 2019
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
Specialization: Environmental Economics and Policy
Bachelor of Arts, May 2018
The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
Major: Biology (GPA: 3.86)

Professional Experience

Assistantship, Nicholas Institute, Durham, NC
Researching and summarizing ecosystem services toolkits for a publication on conceptual models. Creating the Corporate Taxonomy for the UN Global Compact “Health is Everyone’s Business” platform. September 2017-present
Policy Intern, Stanback Internship Program, North Carolina League of Conservation Voters, Raleigh, NC  
Supporting the organizations lobbyist by doing background research on issues and attending legislative committee meetings. Calculating legislative scores and writing articles for a legislative scorecard that is used as an accountability measure for legislators. Summer 2017
Research Assistant, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH, Economic Development
Writing a theoretical framework for a paper analyzing predicted future firewood and farmland needs in Tanzania. Analyzing data with STAT for an impact evaluation of Womens’ Empowerment Project for the GAAP2 program funded by the Bill Gates Foundation. 2016-2017
Teaching Assistant, BIO 203, Research methods and statistics 
Supporting students with assignments and research projects. Teaching students how to use SPSS statistics software. Fall 2016
Research Assistant, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Wooster, OH
Identifying and pinning insects by species. Analyzing samples under a microscope to determine insect displacement patterns for an emerald ash-borer study under PHD Kayla Perry. 2015-2016
Summer educator, Shelburne Farms Shelburne, VT
Leading and teaching school and summer farming and outdoor education programs. Learning/participating in sustainable agricultural practices through mentorship by the organization. Participate College of Wooster APEX Fellowship program to receive funding during the summer of 2015. 2015-2016
Intern, Lake Champlain Committee Burlington, VT  
Lead a water safety pharmaceutical disposal pilot project by doing background research, coordinating with local pharmacies and police departments, and creating materials such as brochures and online articles. Summer, 2015

Additional Information

Miles Q. White Prize for highest standing in biology (College of Wooster, 2017)
The College of Wooster Jenny Investment Club Member (2017)
The College of Wooster Club Hockey Team. Captain (2016-2017)
Nominated for Udall Foundation Scholarship (2016)
The College of Wooster FIELD program (Pre-Med, shadowing) (Fall 2014)


environmental economics
environmental education
stakeholder engagement

Graduation Date

May 2019

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Business / Industry
Federal Government
Law / Legal