Alison Grass is the Deputy Research Director for Food & Water Watch. She is an experienced watchdog/public interest researcher and advocate on energy, climate change and water issues. Her research tends to focus on energy issues, including (but not limited to) hydraulic fracturing, the fossil fuel industry, and climate change; she also does some work on the corporate control of water resources (as it relates to bottled water). Alison also has experience doing research on campaign finance and money in politics. She has a Master’s degree from Alabama A&M University in Urban Planning, specialized in Environmental Planning, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. You can reach Alison at agrass(at)fwwatch.org.