Angie Hacker has nearly 20 years of public, private and non-profit experience serving communities in the areas of sustainability, energy, and climate change, primarily in California. Prior to becoming CEO and Principal Consultant of Prosper Sustainably, she served as Energy and Sustainability Division Chief for the County of Santa Barbara. In that role, she oversaw local, state, federal, and IOU-funded energy and climate initiatives and participated in state regulatory efforts. Her areas of expertise include designing innovative local/regional solutions, communicating a strategic vision, pursuing policy and regulatory opportunities, obtaining resources, building local capacity, leveraging cross-sector partnerships, and engaging stakeholders. She enjoys managing complex projects and datasets to achieve results within multi-agency, political and bureaucratic environments. She earned a Master of Public Administration from New York University. Contact Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarina is a Project Manager for the Local Government Commission’s Climate & Energy team. The projects and programs she manages are the Local Government Sustainable Energy Coalition (LGSEC), California Climate & Energy Collaborative (CCEC), and CEC Empower Procurement. She graduated from UC Davis in 2018 with a BA in Economics specializing in Poverty and Inequality, and completed a minor in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning. Sarina came to LGC as an LGSEC Intern and worked on the Member Spotlights page on the LGSEC website. While Sarina is not working, she loves snuggling with her cats, gardening, practicing yoga, and listening to music. Contact Sarina at email@example.com.
Kelsey Wolf-Cloud started working at the Local Government Commission in 2009 as a Project Assistant. She currently serves as a Project Associate on the Climate and Energy team. She graduated from CSU Chico in 2010 with a BA in Latin American Studies. Kelsey works remotely from her home in southern Chile.
Ryan Dana is the Event Associate for Local Government Commission (LGC). She assists with the logistics of the Statewide Climate & Energy Forum (CCEC), California Adaptation Forum (CAF), The Yosemite Conference, Capitol Regional Dinners, along with workshops and events for the LGC’s Community Design and Water projects. Ryan is a San Jose State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science, a Minor in African American Studies, and an Associate’s Degree in History from Cabrillo College. Ryan has always been interested in California’s rich history and the future of the state. In her free time, Ryan gardens and always enjoys a good cup of coffee.