Anya loves to cook, raises backyard chickens, and has worked for decades on environmental projects up and down the Western Hemisphere.
Lauren is a third-generation native of Baltimore City.
During his more than twenty-year career as an environmental leader and advocate, Glen Brand has served on the staff of several national and state environmental and labor organizations.
Heaven is a native of Florida and proud to say she’s #FreshfromFlorida.
Carra is passionate about connecting, activating, and engaging folks from all walks of life in the good fight to protect our mother earth.
As a six-year-old, Ben asked his sitting-senator if he could correctly spell “potato”.
Looking for something new and interesting to do that was related to her background in urban and regional development, Annette responded to an ad for help at a small non-profit focused on solar.
Jody, known across South Florida as “Solar Girl,” develops and manages the co-ops throughout Miami-Dade County and broader south Florida.
The preservation of the natural world is deeply important to Scott.
Glenn is an avid youth sports coach.
A happy transplant who moved to Florida for sunshine, Julia is thrilled to expand solar in Saint Petersburg region.
After majoring in environmental science and geology, Andrea discovered a passion for work that helps guide communities toward more sustainable futures.
Vincent’s solar experience encompasses the for profit sector, where he worked in sales for a residential installer, and the nonprofit sector, where he assisted local governments in the implementation of solar best practices.
Born and raised in West Virginia, Autumn has been an entrepreneur, community organizer, advocate, writer, editor, researcher, homesteader, and gardener.
After three decades of living around the world and across the United States, Henry has put down roots in Pittsburgh and will readily give you a dozen reasons why you should move there too, whether or not you’ve asked.
Jury duty set Corey on a new career path.
Before joining the Solar United Neighbors team, Ian worked in rural Ecuador, studying the effects of a hydroelectric dam on nearby farming communities and working to protect those farmers’ water rights.
For Isabel, building an equitable clean energy system might be hereditary: Her parents dedicated their careers to energy efficiency, affordable housing, and community development.
Yesenia has called the Greater Washington area home for almost 20 years.
Emma puts her passion for expanding clean energy to use as Director of Forward Operations and New Initiatives.
Virginia is a Minnesota native who has also lived in California, Australia, and Ireland.
Seán is passionate about (at least) three things: nonprofits; technology; and nonprofit technology.
Zach is a passionate storyteller dedicated to promoting justice.
A native Midwesterner, Emily was excited to move to D.
Luke is a native Appalachian with deep roots in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Aaron understands the power of education and outreach to unite people.
Courtney Cuff is executive director of Western Conservation Foundation.
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.
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.
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.