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John Hofmeister, upon retirement from Shell Oil Company in 2008, founded and heads the not-for-profit (501(c)(3)), nation-wide membership association, Citizens for Affordable Energy. This Washington, D.C.-registered, public policy education firm promotes sound U.S. energy security solutions for the nation, including a range of affordable energy supplies, efficiency improvements, essential infrastructure, sustainable environmental policies and public education on energy issues.
Dr. Karen Otazo Hofmeister
Currently, Dr. Hofmeister serves as the Executive Director of Citizens for Affordable Energy. This new public policy advocacy firm exists to promote sound US energy security solutions for the nation, including a wide range of affordable energy supply sources, essential infrastructure, sustainable environmental policy, and public education on energy issues. John and Karen Hofmeister formed the non-profit organization in 2008 in Washington, D.C.
Jane Sullivan Roberts
Jane is a Managing Director in the Washington, D.C. office of Major, Lindsey & Africa. She focuses on the representation of individual law firm partners and groups. She also conducts searches for senior in-house positions.
Brenda W. McDuffie
Over the past 10 years, Brenda W. McDuffie has been serving as President and CEO of the Buffalo Urban League, Inc. In her position with the Urban League, she is able to commit her energy and talent to making real positive difference in the lives of people in the Buffalo Niagara community.
Walter Ulrich is president and CEO of the Houston Technology Center. The Houston Technology Center (HTC) is the largest non-profit technology business incubator/accelerator in Texas and the center for technology entrepreneurship on the Gulf Coast. The HTC provides in-depth management guidance, business planning assistance, introductions to capital providers, entrepreneurial education and a wide array of services to emerging technology client companies.
Harvey Lunenfeld, currently President and CEO of Internet Corporation and President and CEO of U.S. Patent International, started his career at Wheeler Laboratories. He is a forerunner in environmental protection, the development of environmental laws and regulations, internet and network technology, communications, antenna theory, highly sophisticated electronic systems, remote sensing, satellite and space technology, ground water mapping, developed early search engine technology and one of the first internet e-commerce systems.
Stephen E. White
Stephen E. White is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of geography at Kansas State University. Previously, he served as head of the department of geography for 12 years and as associate dean for more than four years. He has authored or co-authored more than 75 articles and book chapters and made more than 125 professional presentations on topics related to migration, population change and economic development in Appalachia as well as demographic and groundwater issues in the American High Plains.
Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Ph.D.
Retired Navy Vice Admiral Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Ph.D., recently joined CSC serving as the Vice President of Polar Programs for the Applied Technology Division (ATD), and concurrently as the President of Antarctic Research Support (ARS), a joint venture of CSC and EG&G division of URS. Lautenbacher is currently engaged in expanding CSC expertise to support national research and presence in the polar areas of the globe. He holds an M.S. and Ph.D. from Harvard University in applied mathematics.