Linda L. Sutliff is a part-time lecturer in Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication. Drawing on approximately twenty years of energy experience, Linda specializes in strategic planning, financial analysis, and economic analysis of power systems. She is the owner of a management consulting firm and has co-authored Cambridge Energy Research Associates papers on advanced combined-cycle systems and the influence of low precipitation periods on power price and supply reliability. In-progress work includes an analysis of wind power economics and of New York State power generation. She is a former assistant secretary of energy for the commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Ms. Sutliff holds a B.A. from Baldwin-Wallace College, an M.A. from Bowling Green State University, and an MBA from the Carroll School of Management, Boston College. She is a member of the American Economic Association, the International Association of Energy Economists, the Association of Energy Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.