Hervé Thomas is a public policy professional with over 12 years of experience in economic development and natural resource management policy who came to Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School from U.S. Army Europe where he had been developing training products for the Joint Multinational Readiness Center.
His areas of interest include the economics of climate change mitigation and adaptation, information and communications technology (ICT), public-private partnerships, and marine energy technologies.
Hervé is a 2016 Master in Public Affairs degree candidate with a concentration in science, technology, and environmental policy. He holds Bachelor of Arts degrees (honors) in Arabic and development studies (with distinction in development economics) from The Ohio State University. Hervé enjoys traveling, hiking, reading the news, and spending time with family and friends.