Meet the folks who keep our wheels turning towards a cleaner future.
Alicia CoxExecutive Director, Clean Cities Coordinator
Alicia has been with the Coalition since January 2011. She has held several roles within the organization and originally joined the Coalition staff through the Department of Energy Clean Cities internship program. Alicia conceptualized and established the following programs: Green Fleets, Sustainability Series, Alternative Fuels and Vehicle Curriculum and the Greater Yellowstone Electric Vehicle Working Group. She received a BS in Biology from Central Michigan University and received her Masters degree in Environmental Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Alicia loves to hike, backpack, mountain bike, ski and play soccer. She spends as much time as possible experiencing the beautiful Greater Yellowstone region with her husband Jeff, and dog Blue, by her side.
Christy LewisProgram Associate
Christy Lewis is a recent graduate from Northwestern University, where she studied Environmental Engineering and Chemistry. After spending a summer in Yellowstone as a wrangler, Christy decided to spend her senior winter in Jackson, where she first learned about the YTCEC. Originally from Evergreen, Colorado, Christy decided to return to the west after college to begin interning with YTCEC.
Previously, she has worked with Design for America at Northwestern on projects ranging from increasing use of public transportation to encouraging helmet usage on bicycles and skateboards. In the summer of 2012, she received a grant from the Initiative for Energy and Sustainability at Northwestern to continue research on solar fuels. She is excited to combine the design-process approach to solving problems with her passion for promoting positive environmental decisions.