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Sabrina Cowden

CEO
Milepost Consulting

Areas of Expertise:

Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Environment

Sabrina Cowden is the Chief Executive Officer of Milepost Consulting, where she focuses on using innovative engagement techniques to guide diverse groups toward creative, strategic solutions. Her career has included human resource management, utility engagement strategy, crisis communication, speech writing, executive coaching, and strategic planning and support. Prior to joining Milepost, Sabrina was Program Director for the Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps, where she was responsible for strategic development, managing both domestic and international staff, logistics, event program development and forging relationships intended to strengthen and expand Climate Reality’s message and the Climate Leader community at large. Sabrina holds an MBA in Sustainable Studies from Lipscomb University.

Recent Posts by Sabrina Cowden

Recent Comments by Sabrina Cowden

  • "Brent - absolutely. Your comment about the challenge associated with information reliability is spot on. I'm aware of some utilities that provide home"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Yes, you make a great point that efficiency can take many forms, and you've called attention to an important one about the grade of energy. Almost whe"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Yes, Marilyn - I DO know you 😉, and you know that I will agree with you especially about the potential for tackling energy waste in low-income, multif"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Charles - I understand your point that a goal of 100% energy conversion is unreasonable, and your observation that some heat losses are presently unav"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Roger - I agree totally that to arrive at a perfect energy economy, we should use every tool at our disposal. I love the creative thinking behind your"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Thanks, Ed - You outline the short-run/long-run paradox of a carbon tax so well. Staying flexible in our thinking and planning with solution design is"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Sid - thank you for your perspective from the natural gas industry. I was calling out innovation as a (sometimes) competitor of efficiency, but you gi"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "In addition to models like PAYS, we need to be thinking even more out of the box to find solutions and models that engage all the stakeholders in a co"
    Reducing the Energy Burden on Low-Income Americans