Carolyn Sherwood Call
Professor of the Practice
Department Chair of Business
BA, Pomona College
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Climate change policy, sustainable business strategies, environmental economics, public policy, applied microeconomics
Carolyn Sherwood Call is an economist whose professional work has explored urban and regional economies, applied microeconomics, climate change policy, and the interactions among businesses, society, and policy-making. Before coming to Mills in 2010, she taught economics at St. Mary’s College of California and served as a regional economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. She earned a PhD in economics at the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts in American studies at Pomona College.