Charles FosterProgram Manager, OurEnergyPolicy.org
Charles Foster is a Program Manager for OurEnergyPolicy.org (OEP) responsible for monitoring legislative and regulatory developments as well as judicial decisions at both the state and federal levels impacting the electric power sector. As part of his duties, Charles develops industry partnerships, facilitates online discussions with energy sector experts, and performs outreach to media. Charles started in the energy industry with a small landfill gas-to-energy developer in the mid-Atlantic region. While in law school, he worked for the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Energy, Installations and Environment gaining insight into the development of clean energy projects on federal facilities. He was also a member of the Army’s Energy Initiatives Task Force (now the Office of Energy Initiatives). Charles received his law degree from Widener University and a B.A. in Economics from Susquehanna University. Charles is licensed to practice law in Virginia. He is an active member of the Virginia State Bar and the Environmental Law Institute. For fun, Charles enjoys supporting Manchester United as well as visiting Colorado with his wife and their Shih Tzu, Tribbi.
Maggie ReesProgram Manager, OurEnergyPolicy.org
Maggie is currently a Program Manager at OurEnergyPolicy.org (OEP), facilitating substantive dialogue on energy policy issues. Previously, she worked as an environmental consultant for Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Dickinson College and a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University. Maggie is also a registered yoga teacher, and enjoys practicing yoga and hiking in her free time.
Kevin MehrenProgram Associate, OurEnergyPolicy.org
Kevin is a program associate with OurEnergyPolicy.org (OEP) managing social media, online resources, and the events calendar in addition to other administrative duties. Kevin holds a BA in Psychology from Michigan State University and has recently received his Master of Arts in Environmental Resource Policy from The George Washington University. In his free time Kevin enjoys backpacking, playing his guitar and trumpet, and watching hockey.