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2012 WCS2 Advisory Board


Angie Fyfe

Angie Fyfe
Governor’s Energy Office

Angie Fyfe is the Associate Director, Operations at the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO). She joined the GEO in June 2007 as the Greening Government Program Manager, leading the effort to reduce energy, water, and petroleum consumption in state agencies, colleges, and universities. She has also served as the Local Program Manager, working with communities across the state to develop and implement sustainability goals and action plans.

Angie is a LEED Accredited Professional and graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Finance. She serves on a number of energy-related advisory boards and councils. Prior to her state government experience, Angie worked in both a large corporate environment and as an entrepreneur.

Joanne Keys

Joanne Keys
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado

Joanne Keys joined Alliance for Sustainable Colorado (ASC) as the Executive Director in 2008, bringing over 20 years of management and executive level experience in the business and technology sectors, including as a Vice President with American Management Systems (a Fortune 500 company) and as the President of NANA Pacific (an Alaskan-native owned technology corporation). She has spent many years managing multi-continental/multi-cultural projects and businesses, and has always had a passion for the environment, having served for many years in volunteer wildland firefighting and in Search and Rescue in remote locations. This includes over six years in Antarctica supporting the US Antarctic Program’s scientific missions. These experiences solidified her passion for the environment and for planetary sustainability. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech.
Shaun Mcgrath

Shaun McGrath
Wheelhouse Associates

Shaun’s 25 years of public policy experience includes service as Mayor of Boulder, Colorado, and Deputy Director of the White House Intergovernmental Affairs under President Barack Obama and the Western Governor’s Association. Notable projects include Boulder Smart Grid City, American Recovery & Reinvestment Act, and Western Renewable Energy Zones.

He lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife Rebecca Heaton and their dog Allie.

Kristi Moriarty

Kristi Moriarty
National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Kristi Moriarty analyzes the use of alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, and other petroleum-reduction strategies in the transportation sector for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Kristi has had extensive experience in the renewable energy industry conducting analyses and technical reviews. Her technical knowledge includes biomass energy, biofuels, and microhydro technologies. Kristi has worked as a technical consultant, research analyst, and IT contractor and has also served as manager of technical studies at an international firm in Colorado.
Tom Plant

Tom Plant
Wheelhouse Associates

Tom served for eight years in the Colorado Legislature and directed Colorado’s State Energy Office during the administration of Governor Bill Ritter. He also directed a community non-profit, and ran a local business in Nederland, Colorado. Some of his key projects involve the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
, Colorado 30% Renewable Energy Standard
 and Colorado Clean Air, Clean Jobs Act.

Tom lives in Nederland, Colorado, with his wife Dawn, dogs Fergus and Tess, and a horse named Chester.

Timothy Rehder

Timothy Rehder
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Since starting with the EPA in 1987, Tim has worked a variety of projects including:
• Managing the cleanup $500 million cleanup of the Denver Radium Site
• Overseeing the Department of Energy’s $8 billion cleanup of the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons facilty.
• Designing and implementing pollution prevention plans for the U.S. Army Europe.
• Assisting with design of the EPA’s LEED Gold Building in lower downtown Denver.

Currently Tim works with various local organizations on the redevelopment of brownfields and former Superfund sites, with an emphasis on placing renewable energy projects on such sites.

 

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