Associate, Policy Program
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Eleanor joined Ceres in 2012 as an Associate with the Policy Program. She provides support for Ceres’ initiatives engaging businesses and investors to advocate for state and federal climate and energy policy.
Prior to joining Ceres, Eleanor worked at the Harvard innovation lab, a resource for students interested in entrepreneurship and an incubator for student-run start-up companies. Eleanor has worked on electoral campaigns as the Deputy Field Director with Bob Massie for US Senate and on issue-based campaigns with Environment Massachusetts as the Preservation Advocate for clean water and land preservation.
Eleanor graduated from Green Corps, a field school for environmental organizing, in 2009. She graduated from Vassar College in 2008, where she studied political science and geography.
Recent Blog Posts
Renewable Energy is winning! Despite attempts to weaken or destroy state renewable energy programs, both Kansas and Arizona recently upheld their support for renewables.
Major companies are examining the risks of how changing weather patterns could affect their businesses, but it’s not all gloom and doom. Companies are also recognizing the business opportunities that new innovations would bring as we tackle climate change. The next step is to push for clear policies.
Tonight, President Obama is expected to lay out his plans for following through on his promise to “respond to the threat of climate change.” He is going to need help from leaders in the business community to accomplish those plans.
As the newest member of BICEP, Cynthia Curtis recently explained why CA Technologies has a stake in shaping the discourse on sustainability.
When businesses went to Washington to lobby on the wind production tax credit last year, it got the attention of lawmakers.