Ashley Muspratt, Director of Innovation, joined CET in 2018. In this role, she identifies strategic and emerging opportunities across CET’s focus areas and works with the President and other Directors to set priorities and bring opportunities to fruition. She has broad experience with the organization’s nation-leading wasted food programming, building sector decarbonization, and deconstruction. She
Jae is the Director of Operations for the Center for EcoTechnology. Jae is responsible for the overall leadership, development and implementation of CET’s programs and operations. Under her direction, CET has emerged as an industry leader in development and implementation of utility based energy efficiency programs and high performance building consulting services. Jae also plays
Lisa Dufour came to CET in 2014 with over 15 years of experience in human resources management and joined the leadership team in 2016. CET recognizes that its greatest asset is the knowledge, skills and passion of its staff: the employees who each day work to accomplish CET’s mission in the field, in program delivery
Emily Susan Gaylord directs CET’s community engagement efforts through marketing, community outreach, and development. Emily also directs the competitive EcoFellowship program, an 11-month paid fellowship program that gives emerging environmental professionals the opportunity to support CET’s various initiatives. Emily has a passion for making green make sense, and enjoys connecting people and businesses with CET’s
Kim Garvey is the Director of Finance and Information Services for the Center for EcoTechnology. She is responsible for CET’s financial processes including short- and long-term cash management, accounts receivable and payable, and the budget development and reporting process. She also directs the development and implementation of timely and appropriate information technology and information/data systems.