Jackie is a senior associate on RMI’s Urban Transformation team, which focuses on helping cities around the world simultaneously reduce emissions, enhance urban livability, increase resilience, and advance social equity.
She provides targeted technical assistance and facilitation support to help US cities procure renewable energy, decarbonize their electricity supplies, and work with their utilities to meet climate and energy goals.
Prior to RMI, Jackie worked across the project development and origination departments at Invenergy, one of the largest renewable power generation companies in North America. In this role, she advanced the development of utility-scale wind, solar, battery storage, and HVDC transmission projects across Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Texas.
Before Invenergy, Jackie was a project manager at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Within the lab’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center, she worked on various programs designed to accelerate the commercialization of clean energy, agriculture, and water technologies in the United States and emerging economies.
B.S., Business Administration with an emphasis in Operations Management, University of Colorado Boulder
Leeds Scholar, 2018