Krys Freeman is a writer, viral media strategist and activist. A child of the digital age, she likes to be thought of as a web 2.0 evangelist. By day, Krys serves as the Web Project Manager for GreenBiz Group.
Katie Fehrenbacher, Senior Writer, Greentech Editor, GigaOm
Fehrenbacher has been a reporter covering technology for close to a decade, and has covered green technology for the past five years. She is a Senior Writer and Features Editor for GigaOM. Previously she was a reporter for Red Herring, an editor at Engadget and a reporter for the Yomiuri Shimbun.
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Huzzah for the Women in Green Economic Development!
Meet Kathryn Alsegaf, Associate Director, Internal Sustainability, Deloitte
Kathryn Ayan Alsegaf is Associate Director of Internal Sustainability for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. Her responsibilities include oversight and advancement of internal environmental sustainability objectives. Alsegaf holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Virginia.
Denise Bode is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Wind Energy Association, the national trade association of theU.S.wind energy industry. Ms. Bode is a nationally recognized energy policy expert and served for nine years on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Source cited: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/denise-bode
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Martha A. Duggan serves as Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs for United Solar Ovonic (a division of Energy Conversion Devices), headquartered in Rochester Hills,Michigan. United Solar is the leading global manufacturer of thin-film flexible solar laminate products for the building integrated and commercial rooftop markets. Ms. Duggan is responsible for policy development and advocacy before state, federal and international governments and energy regulatory bodies. Prior to joining United Solar, Ms. Duggan served as Vice President, Government Affairs for SunEdison, a leading solar integrator. At SunEdison, Ms. Duggan managed a team of solar policy experts across North America.
Source cited: http://www.solaralliance.org/about-us/officers-and-staff.html
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