NEWIEE’s Third Signature Event of the Year
Boston, MA (June 1, 2015) New England Women In Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) is pleased to announce the First Annual “Women in Energy and the Environment Shaping the Agenda” Panel Series on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 from 5:30-8:30pm at MIT Sloan School of Management, 100 Main Street, Building E62, Cambridge, Massachusetts, First Floor, Executive Education Suite. This year’s panel will be recognizing the accomplishments of the public sector.
“We are excited to feature the top leaders across New England in this new panel series,” said Judy Chang, Principal of The Brattle Group and President of NEWIEE. “This series is designed to showcase how leaders are shaping the most critical energy and environmental agenda for the region. We expect to see both experienced and young professionals from across the states come together to discuss and debate the key issues facing our industry today.”
The Panel Moderator will be Martha Broad, Executive Director, MIT Energy Initiative. She will be joined by the following panelists:
Meredith Hatfield, Director,
New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning
Melissa Hoffer, Chief, Energy and Environment Bureau,
Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts
Judith Judson, Commissioner,
Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources
Jessie Stratton, Director of Policy,
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environment Protection
The night will begin with drinks and hors d’oeuvres at a networking reception from 5:30-6:30pm. A panel discussion will begin at 6:30 and will be followed by dessert and more networking until 8:30pm.
Tickets are $20 members / $45 non-members. Purchase your tickets for this inspirational evening through this link.
Thank you to the events sponsors! Gold: National Grid, Silver: Robinson + Cole and NextEra Energy. If interested in sponsoring this event, contact Katy Ward at 617-348-1850 or KEWard@mintz.com.
Founded in Boston in 2008 by a group of eminently accomplished women in the sector, NEWIEE harnesses the passion, intelligence and leadership experience of New England women to promote and encourage public interest in the areas of energy and the environment. Comprised of members across the public and private divisions, as well as various age groups, NEWIEE is also a stimulating forum for networking, sharing of expertise, information and mentoring.