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Friday, February 1, 2019

Friday, February 01, 2019 - Lunch Program
Green Careers: How a Liberal Arts Education Prepared me for a Career in Renewable Energy
Carolyn Campbell '11

Carolyn Campbell ‘11, the renewable energy manager at Facebook, will reflect on her experience working in renewable energy and climate mitigation consulting and in leveraging her renewable energy background to help Facebook reduce its carbon footprint. She will highlight new advances in the industry, while reflecting on how her liberal arts degree has gotten her to where she is today.

Carolyn Campbell ’11 is a member of Facebook's Global Energy Team. In this role, she is responsible for sourcing renewable energy to power the company's U.S. data centers. Prior to joining Facebook, Campbell specialized in power purchase agreements (PPAs), most recently in advising companies on clean energy purchases as part of 3Degrees' Energy & Climate Practice and previously in marketing power for Recurrent Energy, a utility-scale solar project developer. She started her in career as a market research analyst for Greentech Media's solar research division. 

Campbell received a Bachelor of Arts in Environment, Economics, & Politics from Claremont McKenna College in 2011. She also served as student manager at the Robert's Environmental Center.

Ms. Campbell’s Athenaeum presentation is the keynote address for the 2019 Green Careers Conference sponsored by the Roberts Environmental Center. 

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