BC3's staff works on behalf of our membership to carry out projects and programs.
Executive Director email@example.com
Prior to joining BC3, Maura worked for 8 years leading Corporate Partnerships for GRID Alternatives - the nation's largest nonprofit solar installer. Maura has spent more than 18 years working at the intersection of energy, environment, technology and social change. She has worked in B2B sales in the IT industry, was a biologist for the National Park Service, was an independent entrepreneur, and contracted with non-profits to help them build capacity. She holds a B.S. from U.C. Berkeley with a degree in Conservation and an M.S. in Wildlife Biology from Humboldt State.
Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina is the Program Director for the Bay
Area SunShares and Employee Engagement programs. Bringing more than ten years experience managing environmental programs, Christina takes pride in her work with the SF Bay Chapter of the Sierra Club garnering public support to establish Marin Clean Energy and protect open space from sprawl development in the East Bay. Prior to joining the BC3 team in 2016, she lived in Denmark exploring the bike lane and completed a Masters in Environmental Policy Planning at the University of Roskilde.
Americorp CivicSpark Fellow email@example.com
Maggie is a recent graduate from Sonoma State University with a degree in Environmental Studies, Energy Management concentration. She grew up in the Bay Area and is really excited to be launching her environmental career in San Francisco with the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3). She has previously served as the Senator of Sustainability at Sonoma State, has managed the Environmental Technology Center (ETC) at Sonoma State, and has also spent a summer working for the New Zealand Green Building Council.
Seeking BC3 Climate Fellows
BC3 Hosts climate fellow positions throughout the year to help us incubate and scale meaningful efforts across our membership, with a goal to share successful models with the broader global community. We are currently seeking two fellows for 2019. Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BC3 Special Projects Fellow
This is an unpaid fellowship up to 20 hours a month helping with operations and project management for our 2019 member working groups. Project management experience required.
BC3 Summer Fellow
This is an unpaid fellowship 5-10 hours per week assisting with programs, database management, and social media.
BC3's Strategic Board represents our membership in setting high-level strategy for the organization.
Pacific Gas and Electric
Director, Corporate Sustainability
Senior Manager, Sustainability
Vice President, Environmental Affairs
Senior Sustainability Manager