I am the Senior Manager of Transportation Initiatives at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), where I report to the Vice President for Technology and Innovation. I contribute to C2ES strategy on saving oil and reducing greenhouse gases from the transportation sector. Since joining C2ES in 2010, I have written reports, whitepapers, and briefs on electric vehicles, federal transportation legislation, and ridesharing, managed a comprehensive report on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. transportation, and spearheaded a multi-year initiative on accelerating nationwide electric vehicle deployment. I have served on advisory panels for reports by Indiana University and the Commission on Environmental Cooperation. I am also a frequent public speaker and contributor to C2ES's Climate Compass Blog.
Before C2ES, I spent six years as an engineer and manager in the high tech industry at Oasis Semiconductor in Waltham, Massachusetts. I was a strategic part of Oasis, helping it grow from 15 to almost 100 employees in under four years. I led projects with the largest impact on company revenue and developed a reputation for successful and timely client delivery.
I hold a Master of Public Policy from the University of California Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.