Join us at the NEWIEE Fall Fête!
LEADING WOMEN IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT TO GATHER ON NOVEMBER 8TH
Boston, MA (October 4, 2017) The New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) will gather for their Fall Fête on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Algonquin Club of Boston. This is an opportune time to network with the Board and Advisory Board listed below. Tickets available here.
NEWIEE Members are welcome to attend the Annual Meeting portion of the evening from 4:30 – 6:15 p.m. Members will share goals and insights for the future year of the NEWIEE organization including how to best benefit its participants with educational and mentorship programs, panels, and celebrations of accomplishments in the field. Learn how to become a Member here.
“NEWIEE’s Annual Meeting is a great way for NEWIEE Members to get more involved,” said Katy Ward, NEWIEE Board Member, Chair of the Fall Fête, and Founder of Travel Honey. “The NEWIEE Board will recap NEWIEE’s past year and solicit feedback for the coming year. It will be an energetic discussion amongst all our Members, including those just getting started and New England’s seasoned energy and environmental professionals.”
|BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jacqueline Ashmore, Boston University
Beth Barton, Day Pitney, LLP
Jennifer Bernazani-Ludlum, American Tower Company
Judy Chang, The Brattle Group
Julie Lieberman, Concentric Energy Advisors
Joey Lee Miranda, Robinson & Cole
Mary Louise “Weezie” Nuara, ISO New England
Muriel Robinette, GZA GeoEnvironmental
Mary Usovicz, Novus Public Relations
Carter Wall, Franklin Beach Energy
Alicia Barton, NYSERDA
Susan Coakley, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
Carrie Cullen Hitt, NextEra Energy Resources
Catherine Finneran, Eversource
Sonia Hamel, Hamel Environmental Consulting
Edna Karanian, Eversource Energy
Barbara Kates-Garnick, Fletcher School, Tufts University
Audrea Laffely, Digitas LBi
Rebecca Tepper, Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office
Founded in Boston in 2008, NEWIEE is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting the work and leadership of women in the fields of energy and the environment, providing a forum for sharing expertise and experiences of its membership, and fostering a dynamic and enthusiastic environment for those who care about energy and environmental issues in New England. NEWIEE’s membership includes private and public-sector members across the six New England states. NEWIEE hosts networking forums, student outreach events, regional discussion panels on timely topics, and an annual gala celebrating the accomplishments of women leaders in New England. NEWIEE supports mentoring opportunities for women advancing their careers, drawing on the assistance of accomplished women who are committed to encouraging the next generation of women leaders.