Christina Steinhoff is the Principal Planning Analyst for NEEA. In this role, Christina is responsible for economic modeling to develop market projections and related energy savings forecasts, cost-benefit analysis and other value metrics for valuation and reporting for programs within NEEA’s portfolio. She is also responsible for managing the process for reporting energy savings results both internally and externally as required by the organization and its funders.
Christina graduated from Washington State University with a Master of Arts in Economics and from University of Montana with a Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism & Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Prior to joining NEEA, Christina worked as a market analyst in water rights trading as well as a print journalist.