Staff at The Alliance
Jason Reott focuses on modernizing the built environment through building energy codes, federal energy management, innovative infrastructure, and public-private financing mechanisms. In addition to coordinating the internship program, Jason manages the Alliance’s building envelope technologies work group.
Prior to joining the Alliance as an intern in January 2017, Jason worked on energy issues and campaigns at the local, state and federal level. On Capitol Hill, Jason worked as a Legislative Fellow for Energy and Environmental policy in the policy shop of Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) with a portfolio that included the senator’s seats on both the Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) and Environment & Public Works (EPW) Committees.
After his fellowship, Jason worked as a field organizer on a clean energy and environmental justice campaign with the Virginia League of Conservation Voters in Richmond, Va. Jason earned a master’s degree in environmental law and policy and a certificate in energy law from Vermont Law School in August 2015. Jason also has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Pittsburgh.
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