About the Speaker
Jamie Fitzke has been with the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) since 2001. She began her career with CEE in utility energy efficiency program design and implementation and joined their policy team after graduating from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs in 2015.
Jamie uses her experience in program implementation, energy efficiency, and energy policy to build relationships and promote CEE’s mission and impact. Her outreach includes an ongoing series of legislative informational events about Minnesota’s Conservation Improvement Programs (CIP) to highlight the importance of energy efficiency in local economies, workforce, and as part of the clean energy transition. As Manager of Legislative Policy she works to protect Minnesota’s deep commitment to energy efficiency, and to create and advocate for smart energy policy with Minnesota Legislators.
Jamie holds a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota, and a Masters of Public Policy, specializing in energy policy, from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
About the Series
The STEP Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary platform for scholars and practitioners to discuss research and policy issues in the broad domain of science, technology, and environmental policy. The seminar series provides an informal setting for feedback and engagement with ongoing research projects and policy debates.
We invite scholars from all disciplines and practitioners working in all action arenas with connections to the fields of scholarship that shape science, technology, and environmental policy. The seminar series takes place throughout the academic year at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, typically over lunchtime on Mondays.