Jamie began her career at Center for Energy and Environment in 2001, and became a lighting consultant in 2002. In the years that followed, she joined the policy team in 2015 and the program development team in 2017.
With Jamie as program and client development manager, CEE benefits from her combined experiences in program implementation, regulatory policy, and energy efficiency technology. Jamie focuses on program development and improvement, as well as building relationships and promoting CEE’s impact in the energy community. Her community outreach includes organizing an ongoing series of legislative information events about Minnesota's Conservation Improvement Programs. She also participates in many energy field associations.
Jamie holds a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota, and a Masters of Public Policy (specializing in energy policy) from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. She earned certification as a lighting professional (LC) in 2006 and a Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP) in 2011.