As Program Manager, Larcus oversees several projects under the NARUC/USAID Energy Regulatory Partnership Program (ERPP) to include Power Africa projects in Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria and Senegal. She is also responsible for leading NARUC’s strategic outreach initiatives in Latin America and Asia Regions. Prior to joining NARUC, Larcus was a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellow (CBCF) on Capitol Hill focusing on energy and environmental policy issues. Larcus earned her Master of Public Administration from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). She has several years of international experience living and working in Sub-Saharan Africa. Having started as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guinea, she later moved to Malawi where she worked for the international NGO, Water for People. Larcus earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Howard University.