Jeremy Zullow is a Data Science Fellow at Climate Central, producing digital content, research, and data insights to support programs across the organization. He obtained his B.A. at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and has certificates in Spanish and Technology and Society.
His senior thesis investigated the relationship between economic forces and recent declines in annual deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, in order to disentangle the impacts of economic changes from impacts of federal policy interventions. At Princeton, Zullow worked to build broader resources and community for social entrepreneurship, including directing a TEDx University conference around that theme. He has emphasized data-driven planning and delivering measurable impact assessments for social entrepreneurship projects he has worked on.