Lisa Hyland

Associate Director for Energy Education and Public Programming, Energy Security and Climate Change Program

Lisa Hyland is associate director for Energy Education and Public Programming, where she provides analysis on a range of domestic and global energy trends, particularly natural gas, emerging technologies, and the Asia-Pacific region. As associate director, she overviews development and management of short- and long-term project timelines and overall program goals. She is a contributing author of The Geopolitics of Energy: Emerging Trends, Changing Landscapes, Uncertain Times (CSIS, October 2010) and of “Secure, Low-Carbon Pathways in Asia,” in Asia’s Response to Climate Change and Natural Disasters: Implications for an Evolving Regional Architecture (CSIS, July 2010). She also coordinated the Impacts of the Gulf Oil Spill series. Ms. Hyland has over a decade of nonprofit experience and acted as an exchange program coordinator in Lithuania for the U.S. Agency for International Development. She is the Board section chair for Marketing/Communications and editor of the Current newsletter for the Women's Council on Energy and the Environment. She holds a B.A. in political science and history from Creighton University.

Contact Information
Email: lhyland [at]
Tel: (202) 775-3115