Katie Tubb is a research fellow in the Center for Energy, Climate, and Environment at The Heritage Foundation. Tubb researches and writes on subjects such as nuclear energy, climate change policies, and the benefits of free market environmentalism.
Her work also is featured in other national outlets such as The Washington Times, National Review, National Journal, Nuclear Townhall, and Real Clear Energy.
Tubb joined Heritage in 2012 as a research assistant in the Roe Institute. She previously was an intern there as well as in the office of then-Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind.
Tubb holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Grove City College in Grove City, Pa. Born into an Air Force family, she currently resides in Virginia.