Tisi is an energy researcher in the Integrated Applications Center with a background in energy, minerals, and statistics. Her current work includes understanding the supply chain of materials used in energy, strategic planning, industrial sustainability, and data analytics. Previously, she worked as an intern/post-doc at JISEA tracking the supply chain of critical materials for clean energy and developing projects to integrate renewables into mining operations and utilize sustainable energy for food systems. Tisi also worked at the School of Mines/Critical Materials Institute as a research assistant assessing raw materials for clean energy, and the Treasury Department of Tanzania as an economist for over six years analyzing policy and advising the treasury departments on policies related to energy, minerals, and taxation.
Supply chain of clean energy technologies
Consumer choice and behaviors
Energy access and economic development
Machine learning and artificial intelligence
Ph.D., Mineral and Energy Economics, Colorado School of Mines
M.A., Economics, University of Dar es salaam
B.A., Economics and Statistics, University of Dar es salaam