Program Manager for Energy & Environmental Policy
Rebekah Fitzgerald, who joined CSG in 2014, is the program manager for energy and environmental policy. In that position, she is responsible for providing staff support to CSG’s Energy and Environment Committee, a panel of state legislators, executive officials and private sector members. She also guides CSG’s energy and environmental policy development, identifies policy trends, and develops publications and meeting agendas on energy and environment issues.
Prior to joining CSG, Fitzgerald was the natural resource policy analyst for Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead. She served as a lead staffer for the governor on a variety of energy and environment policies and projects, including large multimillion acre federal land management plans, single-site natural gas projects, and wildlife and water studies. Fitzgerald worked with local, state and federal policymakers, as well as constituents and nongovernmental organizations, on a variety of energy and environment policy issues.
A Wyoming native, Fitzgerald holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Oklahoma Baptist University.
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