Energy Leadership Awards with Phil Angelides & Fiona Ma

Please join The New Leaders Council, with hosts Phil Angelides, Chairman of the Apollo Alliance and Fiona Ma, California State Assemblywoman, in honoring four San Franciscans influencing progressive energy policy from the public and private sector this coming Monday at 6:30 PM at 111 Minna St in San Francisco.

CleanTechies is proud to support the New Leaders Council as it promotes these local energy leaders that are making a difference in their communities:

Public Sector

Phil Ting: San Francisco Assessor-Recorder and Founder of the Solar Task Force that launched GoSolarSF


Nancy Floyd: Founder and Managing Director of Nth Power

Non Profit Sector

Tim Sears and Erica Mackie: Founders of Grid Alternatives

The event is a fund raiser for the New Leaders Council, prospective fellows are encouraged to come and meet with current and former fellows and the incredible leaders that support the organization.  NLC believes in recruiting emerging leaders, engaging them on both local and national levels, and equipping them to be civic leaders Рnot only for elective office, but also in their communities and workplaces.

I had the pleasure of being selected in this year’s fellowship class – it was an wonderful experience thanks to the other fellows, the council staff and the overwhelming support of leaders. I encourage you to come and support the organization and learn about the fellowship process.

If you would like to support the organization and be an event sponsor please send a note to contact at and I’ll put you in touch with the right people.

About NLC:

New Leaders Council provides the top-tier of emerging progressive leaders with a rigorous 5-month leadership training program that focuses on entrepreneurship, communications and public speaking skills, fundraising, campaign work, new and traditional media, and personal values in order to mold what NLC terms “political entrepreneurs.” NLC prepares these emerging leaders for elective office and other leadership positions and sets them on the path to becoming our next generation of progressive policy advocates.

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