Based in Atlanta, Holly Lynde joined the Institute of Government in 2014 as a fiscal analyst with the fiscal note team. Holly analyzes and evaluates proposed state legislation to estimate its potential impacts and helps to prepare fiscal notes provided to members of the Georgia General Assembly. She also provides research support on projects for local and state government agencies. Holly is a Georgia Certified Economic Developer and trained to deliver Sequential Intercept Model (SIM) mapping workshops in Georgia. Prior to joining the Institute of Government, Holly worked with state-level education technology leaders at the Southern Regional Education Board. She has worked in policy and fiscal analysis for 20 years for the Washington State House of Representatives, the Washington State Higher Education Coordinating Board and management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.
B.A. Economics and History, Bucknell University; M.S. Environmental Assessment and Evaluation, London School of Economics and Political Science
Areas of Expertise: fiscal analysis, policy research and analysis, state government operations, state budgeting