Marriele Mango is a project director for Clean Energy Group. In that role, Marriele manages technical assistance and capacity building programs to support critical service providers and community-based organizations in their efforts to development resilient power projects that benefit marginalized communities. She also leads CEG's efforts advocating for resilient power as essential to public health and emergency response, especially for high-risk and medically vulnerable populations. Marriele’s work with CEG is focused on projects that prioritize community ownership, health, equity, and energy security. Marriele has 10+ years in clean energy advocacy, policy, and program implementation. Prior to CEG, she developed clean energy strategies for the Marion County Emergency Management Office in Salem, OR and led a nonprofit energy efficiency program aimed at assisting low-wealth communities and faith-based institutions on Long Island. Marriele holds a M.S. in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management from The New School.
Initiatives: Resilient Power Project, Phase Out Peakers, Health and Energy Security, Technical Assistance Fund, Resilient Power Leadership Initiative, Connecticut Health Resilience
Location: Philadelphia, PA