Pros: High quality, supportive culture. Staff are super smart and dynamic. More rigorous and fast paced than most nonprofits. More like a startup. Excellent benefits and prof dev support during my time there, esp for small nonprofit.
Cons: A bit hierarchical at times given smallness of org. Sometimes work life balance was shaky.
Join the Deparment of Energy & Environment (DOEE) as we unveil the first two episodes of "DC Solar Stories" online documentary series. This documentary exposes the challenges of the first round of innovation grants to fulfill Mayor Bowser's Solar For All goal of equipping 100,000 residents with solar energy. Come out to see the first two episodes at this exclusive screening with two panel conversations moderated by Tommy Wells, Director.
Doors Open at 6:30
Episode 1: Framing Solar For All
" Policy + Legislation" Panel Discussion
Nicole Rentz, Legislative Director, Office of Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh
Dr. Taresa Lawrence, Deputy Director, DOEE Energy Administration
Donna Cooper, Regional President, Pepco Holdings
Michelle Moore, CEO, Groundswell
Episode 2: Community Solar
"Creating Pathways for Solar For All" Panel Discussion
Yesenia Rivera, Solar United Neighbors
Herb Stevens, New Partners Community Solar
Lena Prince Nchako, Ward 7 Resident and Solar for All Customer
Unique N. Morris-Hughes, Director, Department of Employment Services
Special thank you to NOMA BID for lending event space and Pendragwn Productions for producing the #DCSolarStories Documentary. The remaining 6 episodes will air Thursday's in September only on DOEE's InstagramTV.
Free, open to the public and press.
Questions? Contact the organizer.