Dr. Michée A. Lachaud
Program Review Panelist
Dr. Michée A. Lachaud is an Agricultural, Environmental, and Resource Economist who currently works as an Assistant Professor in the Agribusiness Program at Florida A&M University. He has served as a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank, World Bank, Organization of American States, and International Labour Organization of the United Nations. Dr. Lachaud is the recipient of several accolades including being named one of the 2021 innovators of the National Center for Atmospheric Research earlier career faculty program, which is an award funded by the National Science Foundation, a 2019 Outstanding Young Professional Award by the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) in recognition of early career contributions to teaching, research, extension, and service to agricultural economics and agribusiness, a Fulbright scholarship in 2009, and the PEMAR-Uniandes scholarship from the Inter-American Development Bank in 2004. Dr. Lachaud’s research focuses on behavioral and experimental economics, and the role of weather variability and climate change on economic outcomes. Dr. Lachaud holds a D.E.S in Statistics, an M.Sc. in environmental and resource economics from the University of Maryland College Park/Universidad de Los Andes, and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics from University of Connecticut.