Energy and Sustainability, Appliance Efficiency Standards, Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives, Energy Policy, Green Building Codes and Standards, Green Building Labeling and Disclosure, Operating Sustainable Properties, Rating and Benchmarking Systems, Indoor Environmental Issues, Lead Based Paint, Fair Housing, Disparate Impact Regulations
Sarah Rahman is Legislative Analyst with a primary focus on issues related to energy, environmental and fair housing policy and engages in research, advocacy, and special projects on legislative, regulatory, and legal matters. Before becoming a member of the NMHC staff, Sarah clerked at the Prince George’s County District Court, working with over 16 judges and under the Administrative Judge Lisa Hall-Johnson. She was also a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judge Vivian Medinilla of the Delaware Superior Court during her law school career and has a background in constitutional law. Sarah received her BA in Political Science from Salisbury University and J.D. from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law.