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Greg Gershuny

Vice President And Executive Director

Greg Gershuny is the Vice President and Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program (EEP) and Co-Director of Aspen Ideas: Climate, a public forum focused on climate solutions. The Energy and Environment Program works with people, organizations, and governments to take greater action on solving climate change. Prior to joining the Aspen Institute in 2016, Greg served as the Chief of Staff for Energy Policy at the U.S. Department of Energy, and in several roles at the White House, including Director of Energy and Environment at PPO and as a Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy advisor under President Barack Obama.

Our Team

Alexis Anderson

Program Assistant, Executive Office

Annabella Ronca

Program Assistant, Ocean & Climate

Bea Kuijpers

Program Manager, Climate & Environment

Catherine Kent

Finance Manager

Catie Tobin

Senior Program Manager, EPPIC

Dana Lhundup

Program Assistant, Ocean & Climate

Emily Engel

Program Coordinator, Ocean & Climate

Ingrid Irigoyen

Senior Director, Ocean and Climate

Jade Rouse

Program Associate, Climate & Environment

Jérôme Krumenacker

Senior Operations Associate

Jillian Sacksner

Intern, Communications

Julia Merjan

Senior Development Associate

Kate Jaffee

Director, Climate & Environment

Kathryn Benz

Senior Policy Manager, Ocean & Climate

Kitty Pollack

Senior Advisor to the Executive Director

Laura Schifter

Senior Fellow, This Is Planet Ed

María Ortiz Pérez

Managing Director

Melody Salerno

Program Associate, EPPIC

Michelle Faggert

Senior Program Associate, This Is Planet Ed

Nadia Phyu

Executie Associate

Nikki DeVignes

Associate Director

Sarah Robbins

Senior Program Manager, This Is Planet Ed

Selena Elmer

Senior Program Manager, Ocean & Climate

Sophia Powless

Program Coordinator, This Is Planet Ed

Tanzia Redi

Program Associate, Energy & Mitigation Policy

Taylor Goelz

Senior Program Manager, Ocean & Climate

Timothy Mason

Director, Energy & Mitigation

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