Rhodium Group welcomes four new partners
Rhodium Group is pleased to announce the promotion of four directors to partners, effective January 1, 2022. The new partners are Jennifer Baird, John Larsen, Kate Larsen, and Logan Wright, and they join the leadership team of partner Thilo Hanemann, founding partner Trevor Houser, and founding partner Daniel Rosen.
Jennifer Baird joined Rhodium Group in 2016 and leads the firm’s people & business operations. Jen has built and expanded Rhodium’s firmwide operations, human resources, and financial systems, and works across all practice areas to shape the firm’s strategic direction and help drive sustainable, long-term growth. Before joining Rhodium, Jen worked in the non-profit sector as a Finance Director at The Stride Center.
John Larsen joined Rhodium Group in 2014 and leads the firm’s US power sector and energy systems research. John’s team specializes in analyzing the economic, energy market and emissions impacts of US policy developments and market trends, as well as assessments of emerging clean energy technologies. Previously, John worked for the US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis as an electric power policy advisor. He also led federal and congressional policy analysis in the World Resources Institute’s Climate and Energy Program.
Kate Larsen joined Rhodium Group in 2013 and leads the firm’s international energy and climate research and the ClimateDeck data service. Kate’s team specializes in analysis of the impacts of climate and clean energy policies on global greenhouse gas emissions and strategies for global deep decarbonization. Prior to joining Rhodium, Kate was the Deputy Director for Energy and Climate Change at the White House Council on Environmental Quality. She also worked for the US Department of State, serving as a lead US negotiator in the United Nations climate negotiations.
Logan Wright joined Rhodium Group in 2015 and leads the firm’s China Markets Research work. Logan’s team focuses on China’s financial system, credit conditions, property market, and central bank policies, and assesses inflection points in China’s economy with implications for global financial markets. Previously, Logan was head of China research for Medley Global Advisors and a China analyst with Stone & McCarthy Research Associates.