Shalanda Baker is a professor of law, policy and urban affairs at Northeastern University School of Laws, where she works closely with colleagues in Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute, linking it to the School of Law’s Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity. Before joining Northeastern’s faculty in 2017, Ms. Baker spent three years as an associate professor of law at the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai’i, where she was the founding director of the Energy Justice Program.
Todd Barker is a Senior Partner and Practice Director at Meridian Institute; he joined Meridian in 1999. Mr. Barker has more than 20 years of experience facilitating policy dialogues, negotiations, and strategy development processes.
Kevin Cavanaugh is the Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, PA. Previously, he had served as Chief Financial Officer of Vanguard Charitable, one of the country’s largest donor advised funds. He has over 25 years of finance, accounting, and management experience in the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Brian F. Keane
Brian F. Keane is President of SmartPower, a nationwide nonprofit marketing organization dedicated to promoting clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Hailed as the “Got Milk” campaign for wind, solar and offshore energy.
Kenneth R. Locklin, Managing Director (North America) for Impax Asset Management LLC, is a senior investment executive with 30 years of finance experience, and a 25-year commitment to clean energy enterprise investment, development, management, and finance.
Lewis Milford, Esq.
Lewis Milford is the president of Clean Energy Group, which he founded in 1998, as well as the Founder of Clean Energy States Alliance in 2002. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Conservation Law Foundation and previously served as a New York Assistant Attorney General.
Greg Watson is the Director of Policy and Systems Design at the Schumacher Center for a New Economics where he founded the Cuba-U.S. Agroecology Network. From 1984-1990 Greg served as Assistant Secretary in the Massachusetts Executive Office of Economic Affairs; he also served as the first Executive Director of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust. In 2008, he served on President-elect Barack Obama’s U.S. Department of Energy transition team.