Alliance’s Programs Director featured in iTech Post Article
The Alliance for Sustainable Colorado’s Programs Director, Anna Zawisza, was recently featured in an article published by iTech Post online. The article speaks to the highly contested Senate Bill 13-252 which was recently signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper and mandates that some electrical producers in the state, mostly in rural areas, produce 20 percent of their energy supplies from renewable sources by 2020. Read the entire article on our In the News page.
As Events and Communications Manager, Megan is in charge of overseeing all Alliance events such as the Annual Heroes of Sustainability Awards, Speaker’s Series and Monthly Dine-a-logue Luncheon Series. She also assists the Education & Outreach Director on external communication pieces including the quarterly Catalyst newsletter and the monthly Sustainable Business Network newsletter. Megan attended Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama where she earned a degree in Marketing, and served as a member of the College’s Executive Society. Prior to joining the Alliance in January of 2011, Megan worked as an Event Manager for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter where she ran the organization’s largest event – Bike MS, which boasted over 3,000 event participants. She also worked with Kroenke Sports Enterprises and the Colorado Rapids where she assisted in the opening of their brand new, state-of-the-art soccer stadium.