Howdy Neighbor! Getting to Know Your Regional Partners
Tuesday, Feb 6, 2024
10:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m.
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Mason PUD 3/FWEE
Here in the Northwest’s backyard, there is an abundance of regional organizations and collaborators that work on different facets of hydropower. In addition to NWHA, there are several organizations working on certifying renewable energy projects, advocating for water rights, engaging public policy, and conducting outreach and education right here in the NW. Put on your Mr. Rodgers sweater and get ready to meet these partners and neighbors.
Who Should Attend:
Managers, human resources, recruiters, communications experts, and attendees who live in the Northwest.
Why You Should Attend:
Knowing what resources are available in the region makes you a better team lead, recruiter, manager, and expert in hydropower.
Brenna Vaughn, Executive Director, NWHA
As Blue Forest's Director of Project Development, Matt Sjoholm works with land managers, project implementers, and utilities to quantify the benefits of ecosystem restoration and develop Foret Resilience Bond projects. Before joining Blue Forest, Matt worked in social impact consulting, advising government agencies on innovative financing, data, and community engagement solutions to achieve social impact. Matt holds an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business, and a BA in community and economic development.