Faculty by courtesy

Jennifer Haverkamp

Graham Family Director, Graham Sustainability Institute; Clinical Professor of Public Policy

Jennifer Haverkamp is a professor of practice at the Ford School, the Graham Family Director of the U-M Graham Sustainability Institute, a professor from practice at Michigan Law, and co-chair of the U-M President's Commission on Carbon Neutrality. An internationally-recognized expert on climate change, international trade, and global environmental policy and negotiations, she has led U.S. climate negotiators to a successful international agreement under the Montreal Protocol and facilitated a successful agreement by the International Civil Aviation Organization to adopt the first-ever global market-based measure to address aviation carbon emissions. Haverkamp also led the international climate program at the Environmental Defense Fund, served as the Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Environment and Natural Resources, and held positions in the Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division. Haverkamp earned a law degree from Yale Law School and a master’s degree in politics and philosophy from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.