RAQC welcomes new staff members
In March, the RAQC welcomed two new staff members.
Matt Mines is the new Program Coordinator for the Charge Ahead Colorado program. As a member of the Mobile Sources team, Matt works on the implementation of the various Mobile Source Programs offered by the RAQC. His work primarily focuses on incentivizing electric vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment as well as program implementation and outreach.
Matt has a BA in English and Psychology from the University of Colorado – Boulder and an MA from the University of Denver in International Development with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability. Prior to joining the RAQC, Matt worked in Cambodia as a Communications Officer, for ICLEI as the Regional Officer for the Mountain States Region conducting emissions inventories and advising on sustainability initiatives for local governments and as an Energy Advisor for the Denver Energy Challenge.
Kelley Grubbs joins the RAQC as a Program Analyst for the Mobile Sources team. Kelley’s work will focus on analyzing data from the various mobile source programs to help quantify program benefits. She will also assist team members with implementation and outreach of the various Mobile Source Programs offered by the RAQC.
Kelley graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder with a bachelor’s degree in Molecular Cellular Developmental Biology and a bachelor’s degree in Classical History; and earned a master’s degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering in Sustainable Infrastructure from the University of Colorado, Denver. Prior to joining the RAQC, Kelley was the co-founder and officer for Engineers for a Sustainable World, and teaching assistance at University of Colorado, Denver.