Natalie Roney is a research economist at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, concentrating her research in various economic topics including tax policy and public finance.
Prior to her position at the Gardner Institute, Roney studied economics at Brigham Young University where she worked as both a research assistant and teacher’s assistant, focusing her work on economic development through data-driven policymaking. She has also worked with local lawmakers during the legislative session conducting research regarding issues relevant to their sponsored legislation.
Roney earned a B.S. in Economics and a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Utah.