Women Shaping the Agenda in Energy and the Environment: The Public Sector 6/23 5:30-8:30 pm

  • 23 Jun 2015
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Women Shaping the Agenda in Energy and the Environment: The Public Sector

MIT Sloan School of Management
100 Main St (Bldg E62)
Cambridge, MA, First Floor, Executive Education Suite
June 23 5:30-8:30 pm

NEWIEE is thrilled to announce a yearly panel series “Women Shaping the Agenda in Energy and the Environment.” The inaugural panel, “Women Shaping the Agenda in Energy and the Environment: The Public Sector” will be moderated by Martha Broad, Executive Director, MIT Energy Initiative. Panelists include: Meredith Hatfield, Director, New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning; Melissa Hoffer, Chief, Energy and Environment Bureau, Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts; Judith Judson, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources; and Jessie Stratton, Director of Policy, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.


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