Aaron has deep experience in renewable energy and energy efficiency having worked in municipal sustainability leadership, policy & advocacy, and project management.
Alexis supports the engagement efforts for Solar United Neighbors state programs in Virginia, West Virginia, Arizona, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
Andrea supports the development of projects in our DC, Maryland, and Pennsylvania programs.
Annette is responsible for human resources, office and finance management.
Anya has worked for decades on environmental projects and policy up and down the Western Hemisphere.
Autumn works to grow support for and access to solar in West Virginia by providing education on the benefits of solar, advocating for solar-friendly laws and policies, and implementing solar programs and initiatives across the state.
Ben is an experienced solar communications professional.
Bret works to bring solar power to more Arizonans.
Bryce has a deep-rooted passion for bringing communities together to pursue a just, renewable energy economy.
Carra serves as the Director of Engagement for Solar United Neighbors and is passionate about connecting, activating, and engaging people from all walks of life in the environmental movement.
Corey is an experienced IT and solar professional.
Emily oversees the organization’s administrative, financial, and operational activities and provides direction to the organization’s state-level programs.
Glen has served on the staff of several national and state environmental and labor organizations.
Heaven brings her passion and experience in program management, volunteer management, research, capacity-building, diversity and inclusion, and evaluation to her work.
Henry’s passion is to build a movement of empowered – and solar-powered – advocates across Pennsylvania to fight for a cleaner and fairer energy system.
Ian has worked to build sustainable communities across the globe.
Jody is known across South Florida as “Solar Girl” for her work to help her community go solar.
Julia is thrilled to work with Solar United Neighbors to help expand solar in the Sunshine State.
Lauren is a third-generation native of Baltimore City.
Matt has more than a decade of experience advocating policy at the federal, state, and local levels.
Nick has a deep passion for fostering an environmentally responsible and forward-thinking economy that works for everyone.
Robert is a proud Texan, born in the “Golden Triangle” area of Southeast Texas.
Scott activates people across the country to join in the effort to promote a just and equitable distributed system of solar energy.
Seán is passionate about (at least) three things: non-profits; technology; and non-profit technology.
Tristan has made it his life’s work to further social, economic, and environmental justice in his home state of Ohio.
Vincent has worked across the spectrum of solar.
Yesenia has spent the last ten years focusing on community development.
Zach is a passionate organizer and storyteller dedicated to promoting justice.
Cathy Kunkel is an energy analyst with the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis where her research focuses on utilities in the mid-Atlantic region.
Christina (Chrissie) McHenry is a principal at The Raben Group.
Courtney Cuff is executive director of Western Conservation Foundation.
Diego Morley served as one of the founding members of the Mt.
John Farrell is a recognized national leader in community-based and community-owned renewable energy.
Karl R. Rábago
Karl Rábago is the Executive Director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, at the Pace Law School in White Plains, New York.
Leslie Rigby is the assistant director for Communications at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Randall Speck has spent more than 30 years working in energy law, handling a variety of complex proceedings involving electric industry restructuring, development and implementation of organized electric markets, design and construction projects, antitrust claims, and fraud and negligence suits.