MeNancy S. Vann, President

Coordinates the work of the organization. Nancy received her law degree from Yale Law School where she was the founder and first editor-in-chief of the Yale Law & Policy Review. She received her bachelor’s degree summa cum laude from Columbia University. Before becoming an environmental activist, Nancy worked for over 20 years as a financial services attorney in New York City. She has had extensive experience as chairwoman of a number of nonprofit organizations including the Center for Disability Advocacy & Rights and the Peekskill Housing Authority.

Contact: nancy@SEnRG.org

 

Courtney PicCourtney M. Williams, PhD, Vice President

Brings her scientific expertise to issues involving the health impacts of energy infrastructure. Courtney holds a B.S. in Molecular Biochemistry and Biophysics from Yale University and a PhD in Molecular Biology from Princeton University. She completed her post-doctoral training in biological engineering at MIT before transitioning into industry. She is currently a cancer researcher at a biopharmaceutical company. Courtney brings over a decade of experience researching cancer and the molecular mechanisms of disease to parse the emerging data on the health and environmental impacts of shale gas development. She has worked closely with local governments to educate them on the public health issues surrounding natural gas infrastructure.

Contact: courtney@SEnRG.org

Lisa Antonelli, TreasurerLisa Antonelli - For Web

Oversees the books and other records of the organization. She brings her deep understanding of finance to the management of our fiscal health and her organizational skills to the maintenance of paper and electronic records. Lisa received her Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona. She has worked as a securities trader on the international fixed income trading desk and as a paralegal at a major mutual fund company in New York City.

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