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Person: Tiauna George

Tiauna George leads grantmaking and contracting operations, systems, and data. She is responsible for creating and executing the policies and procedures to ensure the efficient processing of grants and contracts, ensuring timeliness, quality, and compliance. In collaboration with members of the Operations and Program teams, she facilitates the design, development, and implementation of all grant-tracking … Continued

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Person: Mae Patterson

Mae Patterson supports Human Resources, serving as the first point of contact for employees and applicants, providing outstanding customer service in answering questions and trouble-shooting issues. She also runs Human Resources administrative processes across the employee lifecycle. Prior to joining Energy Foundation, Mae served as a Human Resources representative for Kyocera Document Solutions in California. … Continued

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Post: Mourning the Loss of Cecil Corbin-Mark

This week, the environmental movement lost a great leader much too soon with the passing of Cecil Corbin-Mark, the Deputy Director and Director of Policy Initiatives at WE ACT for Environmental Justice. Cecil worked tirelessly to ensure that people of color and low-income residents were directly and purposely involved in the development of policies that … Continued

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Post: Q&A: Leading the Energy Foundation’s Next Chapter

U.S. Energy Foundation recently welcomed new leadership to its board of directors: Rose McKinney-James has been named board chair and Nicole Systrom is vice chair. Their election to these roles coincides with a landmark update to the organization’s mission, vision, and values. Rose is the Managing Principal of Energy Works LLC and McKinney-James & Associates, … Continued

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Post: Making the Post-Pandemic Building A Climate Solution

Coronavirus is in the air—particularly indoor air. Eight months into this pandemic response and the science has confirmed more strongly the airborne risks of COVID-19: from early instances of restaurant patrons catching coronavirus from other tables, to super-spreading events that defied any six-foot boundary that coronavirus may abide by, to the World Health Organization reversing … Continued

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Person: Jeff Issenberg

As the foundation’s System Administrator, Jeff Issenberg manages the deployment of core business systems. He works closely with leaders, organizational units, and subject-matter experts to identify, develop, and deploy new business processes including: fundraising, grants management, finance, human resources, external communications, and other core processes. Jeff previously served as a Salesforce consultant to nonprofits, first … Continued