Mei Shien Chew
Mei provides modelling and analytical capabilities within the Pathways and Investments team, enabling robust and efficient analyses of scenario modelling outputs for a range of projects with government and industry.
Mei started her career with ClimateWorks as an intern supporting the Land Use Futures project. Following that, she adapted the Energy and Emissions Cost Optimiser (previously used by industries when carbon price was in effect) to be a more effective learning tool for the Carbon Management subject led by ClimateWorks at Monash University. She subsequently shared her expertise of this tool as a tutor.
Prior to joining ClimateWorks, Mei was awarded a scholarship to identify water and chemical consumption improvement opportunities for Saputo Dairy Australia. As a research assistant at Monash University, she explored the feasibility of the green production of a diesel additive. She also previously engaged in multiple internships with Shell Malaysia for projects ranging from technical development to event management.
Mei holds a Master of International Business and a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (First Class Honours) majoring in sustainable development from Monash University.