Christine draws on 30 years of experience to address several pivotal issues of our time: climate change, greening the built environment and clean energy.

Not just from theory or rhetoric. But from on-the-ground results leading private-public collaborations designed to usher in sustainable markets and technologies.

First President & CEO for the U.S. Green Building Council — guiding the start-up into one of the most influential public/private collaborations in the world. Home of LEED certification system and Greenbuild conference and trade show regularly attracting 25,000 attendees.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Energy — directing the nation’s $1 billion portfolio of clean energy technologies and market delivery programs. Key initiatives included: Million Solar Roofs, new tools to leverage private financing; sustainable communities toolkit; streamlining national appliance standards; whole building research.

State Policy - Director of Oregon’s innovative Department of Energy including oversight of state nuclear and Hanford waste site programs; chair of interagency task force on livable communities; director of state budget policy for Missouri.

Board Director and Advisor for numerous organizations including: WattzOn/, Ambassador for C3E (Women for Clean Energy, Education and Empowerment), Green Electronics Council, Pivotal Investments, Equilibrium, Green Building Services, ACORE (American Council on Renewable Energy).