Braxton Duncan

Braxton Duncan leverages her years of developing and executing emergency management plans for the United States Army to support stakeholders in strengthening their energy security and resilience posture.

She guides clients through tabletop exercises and workshops to identify gaps in emergency management and then co-creates project concepts to address these gaps. When supporting clients in developing and implementing their emergency management plans, she draws on her experience building collaborative partnerships and training personnel.

Braxton has significant experience researching and analyzing the impacts on the supply and demand of critical materials in the clean energy transformation. Through this work, she helped clients navigate intergovernmental agency partnerships.

Braxton is keen on leveraging green infrastructure to support the energy system. She has conducted research into using green infrastructure practices that promote energy efficiency and resilience in urban environments.


Duke University, M.S., Environmental Management

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., Political Science


Raleigh, North Carolina

Military Service

Braxton served in the United States Army as an Emergency Management Officer. She trained over 500 personnel in protective measures at Fort Bliss, TX. Specifically, she ensured the accountability and maintenance of three Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicles (NBCRVs) valued at $13.5 million.

Back to Our Team