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As a small business owner LaSheita is passionate about the expansion of electric vehicles and the reduction of green house gases. She has active with the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition since 2020 and is a member of Equity, Policy and EV Battery Recycling committees
LaSheita founded Women Who Charge in the fall of 2019 as a social club to network with other women in the industry.
She is a member of the Denver Electric Vehicle Council and is co-Vice President on the Five Points Business Improvement District Board.
In her role as Senior Transportation Policy Analyst for the Colorado Energy Office, Maria develops and evaluates policy and studies on clean fuels and zero emission vehicles and technologies.
Maria serves as chair of the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition and its Policy and EV Equity subgroups. She represented the office in the development and implementation of the Regional Electric Vehicle West MOU with eight other western states. She was also lead in the development of the 2020 Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan released in April 2020.
Prior to her employment at the Colorado Energy Office, Maria was Coordinator of Northern Colorado Clean Cities. She also spent 7 years at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Washington DC in the Office of Compliance working on air regulatory issues, rulemakings, and voluntary compliance incentives.
Corrina is SunShare’s Chief Operating Officer, and leads all development, legal, and legislative affairs for SunShare.
She is an experienced legal professional, whose work has focused primarily on mergers and acquisitions, private placement of securities, and general corporate work. During her career, she has worked with Fortune 100 companies on complex transactions, including structured finance, asset-backed securitization, and acquisitions and divestitures.
Prior to her legal career, Corrina worked at the Pentagon, with legislators, and in consumer affairs with the Attorney General’s office. Corrina has a BA in Political Science from Gonzaga University, and a JD from the University of Denver College of Law.
A champion of emerging innovative land uses, Sarah has spent over a decade paving the way for integrating technology and sustainability into our urban, suburban, and rural fabrics. Sarah leverages her experience in the renewable energy and electric vehicle sectors to advance the clean electrification of our grid and transportation systems.
Prior to pursuing her entrepreneurial aspirations and launching SRDC, Sarah led an interdisciplinary team as Tesla’s Market Lead for EV Infrastructure. During her tenure, she guided the company’s overall EV charging strategy throughout the Midwest and West using a regional and local approach as well as managed partnerships with private landowners and utilities.
Sarah holds a master’s degree of Urban and Regional Planning and a bachelor’s degree in Public and Urban Affairs, Environmental Affairs. She currently serves as an advisor to the Department of Energy funded Solar@Scale initiative, is the Micro-mobility Subgroup co-chair for the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition, a member of the American Planning Association, and a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).