Jordan Cozby

Yale College, Yale University, 2020

Jordan Cozby, BR ’20, is doubling majoring in economics and history. He was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama and first got involved in politics as a fellow with President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. Since then, he served as the national chairman of the High School Democrats of America and on the Hillary for Alabama Leadership Council. Jordan is the Elections Coordinator for the Yale College Democrats, a tutor with New Haven Reads, and is involved with the Yale Undergraduate Legal Aid Association. Additionally, he is currently working for the Association of Yale Alumni and interning for Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro.

 

Authored Articles

Solar Access Expands in the Southeast

The Sun Belt offers great possibilities for solar power development. And in many states of the deep South, residential customers stand to gain massively from increased access to affordable renewable energy. The Southeast is home to much of the nation’s worst sustained poverty. Its low-income consumers have some of the highest energy burdens in the country, according to American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. “Energy burden” is defined as the percentage of household income that goes toward energy costs. Many states in the region maintain detrimental policy frameworks. Innovation is needed across the board to ensure solar power’s benefits are...