Daisy Chung joined SEPA in 2014 as research analyst, where she conducts specialized solar industry research in providing relevant information to SEPA members. Prior to joining SEPA, she also worked at the Wisconsin Department and Natural Resources as a planner, and authored the 2014 New Technology Job Report for Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. She also brings years of experience in managing semiconductor processes as a thin-films engineer at Samsung Austin Semiconductor. She holds a Masters degree in international public affairs with a focus on energy analysis and policy from University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as a Bachelors degree in chemical engineering from University of Texas at Austin.
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