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Former Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change

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Heather Zichal was the first deputy assistant to the president for energy and climate change. She offers audiences an illuminating glimpse into the complex world of energy policy. POLITICO called her “the most effective person…on energy issues at the White House.” She helped establish historic new fuel economy standards, reduce mercury pollution, and support clean energy deployment. The president’s most senior White House energy aide, she shares insights on our nation’s energy policy, the likelihood and ramifications of energy independence, and how policy affects the economy.

Top National Energy and Climate Change Reporter at Axios

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Amy Harder is one of the top national energy and climate change reporters in the country, considered to be a uniquely balanced and influential journalist with respect across the spectrum. She covers these issues in a regular column at Axios, called Harder Line, and she frequently appears on other major media outlets, including PBS NewsHour, MSNBC, CBS, and NPR, among many other media outlets.

President and CEO, American Gas Association

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Karen Alderman Harbert is president and chief executive officer of the American Gas Association. Founded in 1918, AGA represents more than 200 local energy utility companies that deliver natural gas to 178 million Americans nationwide.
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Former Deputy Secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy & White House Coordinator for Defense Policy

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Throughout her career in public service and at leading universities and research institutions, Dr. Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall has engaged the toughest global challenges, including strengthening nuclear deterrence, stopping the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and countering climate change. She has mobilized and led diverse teams to achieve ambitious goals and continues to tackle problems of consequence in the national security and energy spheres.
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