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2019 Stanford Energy Week: Energy Policy Panel

Friday, January 25, 2019 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Paul Brest Hall
555 Salvatierra Walk
Stanford, CA 94305

Preeti Hehmeyer, the Center’s Associate Director, will be moderating a panel on energy policy at Stanford on Friday, January 25. The panel is part of a day of panels and presentations as part of the 2019 Stanford Energy Week, organized by the Stanford Energy Club.

 

Preeti Hehmeyer

Preeti Hehmeyer

Moderator
Preeti Hehmeyer joined the Bill Lane Center in 2015 managing the Center’s programming and development efforts. In her current role as Associate Director, she leads the Center’s partnerships, programs, finances and administration. Preeti specializes in local government policy and is responsible for the Center’s work with city managers in the Bay Area. She is also a lecturer in Stanford Public Policy Program, where she teaches a project-based learning practicum course for graduating seniors. Preeti holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California where she was a City/County Management Fellow. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and City/Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. She currently serves as Chair for the City of Mountain View Environmental Planning Commission.
Bobby Hollis

Bobby Hollis

Bobby Hollis is the Head of Global Energy & Site Selection for Facebook, where he leads energy strategy and site selection for Facebook’s fast growing data center portfolio worldwide.  Before joining Facebook, Bobby led the development and procurement of renewable energy projects at Apple, including projects in California, Singapore and Arizona. Prior to entering the technology sector, Bobby served as Vice President of Renewable Energy at NV Energy, the primary electric utility in Nevada, where he oversaw the development and procurement of renewable energy resources in every technology. Bobby began his career as a corporate attorney in Washington, DC, and has also spent time at Invenergy and Alliant Energy.
Anne Hoskins

Anne Hoskins

Anne Hoskins serves as Chief Policy Officer of Sunrun, where she leads Sunrun's policy efforts to expand consumer access to solar energy and deploy local solar energy to modernize the grid.  Anne previously served as a Commissioner on the Maryland Public Service Commission where she was a member of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Board of Directors, Chair of the NARUC International Relations Committee and a board member of the Organization of PJM States (OPSI).  Anne also led federal and state advocacy for Public Service Enterprise Group, and served as a Visiting Research Scholar and Instructor at Princeton University, a regulatory attorney at Verizon Wireless and McCarter and English and as a policy advisor to New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton, and Cornell University.
Alice Stebbins

Alice Stebbins

Alice Stebbins has served as the CPUC’s Executive Director since Feb. 21, 2018. Ms. Stebbins previously served as Division Chief over Administration for the California Air Resources Board since January 2011. She first joined the State of California as a sales and use tax auditor with the Board of Equalization in 1986.  Since that time, she has worked for the Department of Transportation, Department of Justice, and the State Water Resources Control Board where she performed forensic accounting, auditing, project management, and administration, while managing large complex teams.  Ms. Stebbins has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California Santa Barbara in Business Economics and a Project Management Certificate from George Washington University.
Shandell Szabo

Shandell Szabo

Shandell Szabo was named Vice President, U.S. Exploration of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in May 2018 after serving as Vice President, U.S. Onshore Exploration since September 2016. She joined Anadarko in 2001 as an exploration geologist, working U.S. Gulf Coast Regional projects. Since then she has worked in positions of increasing responsibility throughout Anadarko’s U.S. onshore portfolio and deepwater Gulf of Mexico. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in Environmental Geology from Texas Christian University. She is a registered professional geologist in the state of Texas.

 

 

From the organizers:

2019 Stanford Energy Week

Today, our generation faces some of the most daunting challenges in history; combating global warming, addressing rising energy demand, and ensuring access to energy for all. Dealing with these challenges requires creative and innovative solutions across a multitude of disciplines, and it must involve people from all over the world who are committed to a sustainable future.

As the largest energy organization at Stanford University, we at the Stanford Energy Club are uniquely poised to galvanize enthusiasm, inspire creativity and collaboration, and lay the foundation for a stronger, and more innovative energy community - a community that extends far beyond the palm trees lining our campus. At Energy Week, we hope to build the relationships that serve as the foundation of such a community - and through it innovate a more sustainable future.

Join the Stanford Energy Club for the main session of Stanford Energy Week 2019. The session will open with breakfast at 9:00 am, followed by a number of panels and workshops covering topics including energy policy and innovation, energy access, and applying human-centered design to sustainability. Closing out the day will be a Fireside Chat featuring Chris Nelder, creator and host of the Energy Transition Show podcast.

Stanford Energy Club

The Stanford Energy Club is Stanford's largest student-run energy organization. We serve as a hub for students interested in energy to connect with other students, researchers, and professionals through our events, hangouts, annual conference, and journal.

Contact Email: 
energyclubcontacts@stanford.edu