Washington, D.C.— Today, SAFE announced 19 new Fellows will join its 2021-22 Energy Security Fellows Program. The program, now running in its seventh consecutive year, provides the next generation of energy and national security professionals with access to high-level programming and networking opportunities.
Through a series of monthly conversations with subject-matter experts, the program aims to connect professionals and thought leaders who are passionate about advancing the national conversation on the future of American energy security.
SAFE’s Energy Security Fellows are selected each fall in a competitive application process. The Fellows traditionally participate in a Washington, D.C.-based dinner series that include roundtable discussions with leaders in these sectors. Due to the ongoing pandemic, however, these events have shifted online.
Past speakers have included members of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council (ESLC), which is co-chaired by General James T. Conway (Ret.), 34th Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps and Adam Goldstein, former Vice Chairman of Royal Caribbean Cruises and Global Chair, Cruise Lines International Association.
The 2021-2022 Energy Security Fellows are:
Alon Chapovetsky, Post-Doctoral Appointee, Argonne National Laboratory
Aaron Flyer, Associate Attorney, Environmental Practice Group, Sidley Austin LLP
Alicia Porile, Staff Assistant, Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro
Katherine Ambrose, Professional Staff Member, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials
Andrew Bridson, Attorney-Advisor, U.S. Department of Transportation
Michael Horder, Legislative Director, Congressman August Pfluger
Liza Reed, Research Manager for Low Carbon Technology Policy, Niskanen Center
Rahul Verma, Vice President of Analytics, Fractal Energy Storage Consultants
Justin Wilson, Manager, Federal Affairs, Cruise
Sam Mulopulos, Professional Staff Member/Technology Policy Advisor, Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
Matt Evers, Vice President of Operations, Association of Marine Corps Logisticians
Yuan Cheng Chua, MSc candidate, Northwestern University, Singapore Navy (former)
Matthew Hallex, Research Staff Member, Institute for Defense Analyses
Thomas Hale, Research Associate, Mineral Choices
Alemu Tadesse, Energy Analyst, FERC
Steven Dahlke, Senior Economist, Colorado Public Utilities Commission
Danielle Russo, Energy Innovation Analyst, A2 Systems Engineering Inc.
Griffin Smith, Climate Policy Analyst, GM
Sarah Bufano, Senior Consultant, Guidehouse
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