DC Government

Key personnel who have shaped our District’s sustainability plan.

ambassadors

Office of the Mayor

Mayor Muriel Bowser brings a pragmatic, hands-on approach to finding solutions to address the needs of residents in Washington, DC. She was first elected Ward 4 Councilmember in a special election in 2007, re-elected in 2008, and again in 2012.  On November 4, 2014, voters elected Muriel as the seventh elected, and only second woman, mayor of the District of Columbia. Voters have strongly endorsed Muriel’s ambitious agenda focused on an open and ethical government, rebuilding quality neighborhoods, and transforming our schools and commercial corridors.

Department of Energy & Environment

Tommy Wells is the Director of the Department of Energy & Environment, where he works to protect and restore the environment, conserve natural resources, and provide cleaner, more dependable energy.

Maribeth DeLorenzo is the Deputy Director of the Urban Sustainability Administration at the Department of Energy & Environment. She is responsible for developing innovative policies and programs to address sustainability, green building, climate change, equity, and sustainable materials management.

Dan Guilbeault is the Chief of the Urban Sustainability Administration’s Sustainability & Equity Branch for the Department of Energy & Environment. He focuses on sustainability, data, and measurement tools such as the STAR Community Rating System.

Kate Judson is the Sustainability Program Analyst with the Urban Sustainability Administration’s Sustainability & Equity Branch. She focuses on sustainability reporting metrics, communications and outreach, and fostering partnerships across diverse sectors.

Office of Planning

Eric Shaw is the Director of the Washington DC Office of Planning, where he works to make DC a walkable, bikeable, livable, globally competitive, and sustainable city.

Stephen Gyor is the Lead Urban Sustainability Planner for the Office of Planning. Stephen is responsible for overarching sustainability planning issues for the District of Columbia with a focus on green infrastructure, and also leads the Office’s social media outreach efforts.

Other District Government agencies

In addition to the core team, 50 representatives from 22 District Government agencies on the Mayor’s Green Cabinet collaborated on the development and implementation of the plan.

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