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Technology and Policy Impacts Advisory Council

HARC’s Technology and Policy Impacts Advisory Council provides strategic advice on the organization’s nonprofit programming with the goal of increasing the impact of HARC’s research. The advisory council serves as an informal body to listen, challenge, brainstorm and provide guidance for new programs and data‐driven services at HARC. Members include:

  • Dr. Daniel Cohan Rice University Air quality and climate science
  • Ms. Nisha Desai Aurora, Clean Energy Partners LLC Clean and renewable energy
  • Dr. Winifred Hamilton Baylor College of Medicine Community health and environmental quality
  • Ms. Marilu Hastings Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation Clean energy and environmental policy and land conservation
  • Mr. Brett Perlman Center for Houston’s Future Clean energy policy and technology innovation
  • Mr. Alexander Rozenfeld Texas Innovates/Climate Impact Capital LLC Clean energy policy and technology innovation
  • Mr. Gil Staley The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership Economic development
  • Ms. Lori Traweek Gulf Coast Authority Water resources management and coastal protection
  • Dr. Michael Webber ENGIE Energy and water resources technology and policy development
  • Dr. Joe Zietsman Texas A&M Transportation Institute Transportation systems and air quality