Kelsey LaFreniere joined the Policy and Research Team of the Alliance in 2013. She assists the team with policy research, authoring summaries and fact sheets, and organizing events.
Prior to joining the Alliance, Kelsey conducted policy and communications work for the New England Clean Energy Council, and worked in the press office of a Member of Congress. She graduated magna cum laude from Bates College with a bachelor's degree in Politics.
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