Ms. Burr is a Senior Economist at RCF. She has over seven years of experience in economic analysis, with particular emphasis in the areas of revenue and volume forecasting, economic impact analysis, cost benefit analysis, market analysis, and ecosystem services valuation. She supports research, database maintenance and econometric analysis that underlies a major client volume and revenue forecast model. Further, she works to communicate analytical results through end-user platforms such as Power BI so that clients are equipped with data reports, key business metrics, and analytics. She has worked on large scale projects to support litigation and negotiations and assisted in the development of an environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) for a large mining development.
In addition, Ms. Burr has a background in economic impact analysis across a wide range of industries including energy and recreation. She is trained in technical software including EViews and Stata for statistical modeling, REMI, RIMS and IMPLAN for economic impact analysis and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for spatial modeling and analysis.
Ms. Burr received a B.A. in Economics from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and an M.S. in Economics from Portland State University. She is expected to complete a certificate in Data Science from Northwestern University in the fall of 2019.