Kodiak Hill-Davis the vice president of government affairs at the Niskanen Center. The Niskanen Center’s climate agenda begins with the premise that climate change is real and poses a significant threat, and that carbon taxation is the best federal response to climate risk.
In this capacity, Hill-Davis is responsible for developing the educational and advocacy strategy to advance the Center’s legislative goals for climate policy. She works with wide-range of legislators and coalitions in Washington, D.C.to pursue a pragmatic approach to climate change and to provide an alternative to the proposals of the Green New Deal.
Prior to joining the Niskanen Center, Hill-Davis spent over a decade lobbying the federal government on behalf of municipal governments, transportation authorities, airports, and defense interests at a bi-partisan government relations firm. She currently serves as the political director for Republican Women for Progress and as a co-chair of the Women in Government Relations Transportation and Infrastructure Task Force. Hill-Davis earned her B.A. in political science from Smith College and her J.D. from George Mason University School of Law.