Todd has been teaching at UNH Manchester since 1992 with courses in micro and macroeconomics; money, banking and macroeconomic activity; international finance and trade and the regulation of business. He has contributed to the expansion of the business program through the development of courses in his areas of expertise and by offering various hybrid courses that incorporate the benefits of both a traditional classroom setting and online learning.
In addition to his teaching career, Todd is employed with Eversource Energy responsible for rates and tariffs for its New Hampshire operations. Todd’s particular area of expertise is in energy, utility regulation and pricing and he has testified before regulatory commissions on several regulatory and policy matters including mergers and acquisitions; cost of capital; power procurement; fuel and purchased power; performance-based regulation and service quality. He has worked in the energy sector for 25 years and been involved in numerous matters in the energy and utility sectors.
Todd and his wife have two daughters so when work and schoolwork are not occupying his time; he is usually doing something with his family (preferably outdoors). He is an avid follower of UNH hockey.
Ph.D., Economics, Clark University
M.A., Economics, Clark University
B.A., Financial Economics, Saint Anselm College, magna cum laude
- ECN 411 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
- ECN 412 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles
- ECN 625 The Regulation of Business
- ECN 635 Money, Banking and Macroeconomic Activity
- ADM 685 International Finance and Trade