Christina Bowman is the senior manager at the Center for Global Sustainability. Her work focuses on climate and energy policy and equity issues. Her work spans across the Center portfolio to manage high-level deliverables and partnerships across the portfolio, as well as develop and align new projects and initiatives.
Previously she worked on clean energy for low-income communities at the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Clean Energy Savings for All Americans initiative, and at the International Council on Clean Transportation, and interned at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, with a previous background in business management.
She was a 2018 Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellow and serves on the DC Leadership Team, the 2015 finalist in the inaugural DC Climathon competition, and has contributed to the Huffington Post. She holds a Master of Public Policy with a specialization in Environmental Policy from the University of Maryland.
- Climate and energy policy, equity issues
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