Danielle has worked in the energy efficiency and sustainability field for the past ten years. She has experience working with the grocery and food retail sector to optimize and reduce overall energy consumption with a specific focus on refrigeration.
Prior to her role at NASRC, Danielle oversaw the EnergySmart Grocer program, a third party energy efficiency program serving the grocery sector in the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) territory. Under her management, the program saved over 100 million kWh from energy efficiency retrofits primarily in refrigeration.
Morgan is an NASRC project manager with a background in sustainability and communications. She has a particular interest in making environmentally-friendly decisions convenient for individuals and businesses. At NASRC, Morgan manages the Return on Investment progress group and the Contractors & Service Technicians progress group, along with NASRC marketing strategies.
Prior to her role at NASRC, Morgan managed landowner outreach programs at the American Forest Foundation. Morgan holds an M.S. in Environmental Education from SUNY ESF, an M.P.A from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, and a B.S. in Environmental Science from SUNY Fredonia.
Adriane Lepage is a project manager with the NASRC. She comes from a diverse professional background, including the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, California Water Resources Control Board, Valley Vision (an economic development nonprofit in Sacramento, CA), and Google, Inc. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Masters of Public Administration from the University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy.
At the NASRC, Adriane manages the Codes & Standards and Utilities & Energy Efficiency Progress Groups, facilitating the achievement of their goals. She also works on organizational planning efforts and supports NASRC partners and members.