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Northwestern Energy Technology Group hosting Rose Jordan

Modified: April 4, 2016

On Thursday, April 7th, NETG is hosting Rose Jordan, a project manager at the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and a MBA student at Kellogg. Rose will be discussing her work at MEEA and how non-profits manage the energy sector.

Coffee and snacks will be provided.

About MEEA: At the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, we leverage our unique position as the Midwest’s key champion and trusted information resource on energy efficiency policies and programs to help our members and stakeholders identify, understand and implement cost-effective strategies that provide economic and environmental benefits. MEEA plays an important role in forging partnerships, promoting new technologies and curating the evolving conversation around economic sustainability and environmental stewardship from energy efficiency.

About Rose: At MEEA, Rose oversees state-specific education and behavior change programs, a regional advanced lighting collaborative, and is currently providing technical assistance for City of Chicago’s planned LED street lighting retrofit. Rose is driven by a desire to communicate the ideals and practice of urban sustainability, a passion that led her to develop dozens of campaigns and videos for government, tribal and non-profit clients; manage a team of 35 to create the pilot episode of Mission: Sustainable; and work on county-wide grant programs to fund environmental projects.

Rose earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and community, environment and planning at the University of Washington and is currently pursuing her MBA at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She is also the Chicago Chapter Secretary for the Association of Energy Service Professionals (AESP) and an officer of Kellogg’s part-time Net Impact club.

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