Ms. Rose holds a Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW) from UT Knoxville with a concentration in macro-scaled social work in the areas of environmental policy and justice, community organizing, and administration, and a Master of Laws (LLM) in international human rights from the University of Edinburgh. Her current work involves the design and implementation of studies targeting energy program impacts on households of low-socioeconomic status. Ms. Rose was project lead for the design and implementation of multiple studies under the national evaluation of the Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) including the development of a survey instrument administered to occupants in efforts to characterize the WAP eligible population and to evaluate the Program's impact on dwelling characteristics and quality, health, affordability, and satisfaction. Ms. Rose also managed a social network study exploring the impacts of communication of WAP recipients' experiences with weatherization on program utilization, household energy consuming behavior and investment in energy-efficiency measures. She also managed a study with Washington State Institutional Review Board approval for the collection of Medicaid records in efforts to measure changes in asthma treatment related costs for children in homes that received Weatherization Plus Health measures. She is the current PI for Three3's non-energy impact study of TVA's Home Uplift initiative (low-income weatherization pilot across the Tennessee valley). Her background provides the skills necessary to study social justice and human rights issues related to household level fuel poverty, access to resources, the impact on home energy-efficiency programs on Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and health, climate change and other areas of environmental impacts on persons of vulnerable status.