Keegan Grace is a Research Analyst with the Gender and Equity Practice within WRI's Center for Equitable Development. Their research focuses on improving equitable systems in climate spaces, gender and social equity as a key solution to improved sustainability, and promoting inclusive and equitable climate action. Prior to this position, Keegan served as Special Assistant to the Faith and Sustainability Initiative at WRI where they worked with faith based organizations to identify sustainable actions to integrate into their buildings and practices. 

Prior to joining WRI, Keegan served as a Research Assistant and Lead Technology Producer at Candler School of Theology and Seminarian and St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia. In these two positions, they conducted research, led lectures, and connected climate change activism to local faith communities in Atlanta, Georgia.

Keegan holds a Master of Divinity from Candler School of Theology with a concentration in Justice, Peacebuilding, and Conflict Transformation and a certificate in Episcopal and Anglican Studies. During their time at Candler, they were also a Carpenter Fellow for Community Engagement. Keegan also holds a B.A. in Religion and Sociology from Emory University with a focus in Social Justice and Sustainability.

Keegan lives in Washington, D.C., and enjoys hiking, music, baking, and riding her Peloton. Keegan's preferred pronouns are "she" or ""they."