Senior Manager, Partnerships and Alliances
Areas of expertise: Corporate partnerships, climate change, energy efficiency, EDF Climate Corps
Emily Reyna is the Senior Manager, Partnerships and Alliances for EDF's US Climate and Energy Program.
Emily previously worked in EDF’s Corporate Partnership’s Program on EDF Climate Corps, an innovative program that places specially-trained MBA and MPA students in companies, cities and universities to build the business case for energy efficiency. Emily helped grow Climate Corps from 7 fellows in 2008 to approximately 100 in 2012. Emily was responsible for managing company relationships, leading fellow training and determining program metrics. She was a fellow at Cisco Systems in the inaugural Climate Corps class in 2008 where she identified the potential for significant energy and cost savings in Cisco’s data labs.
Emily has a background in information technology in the field of Human Computer Interaction Design. Before coming to Environmental Defense Fund, Emily was an analyst at Ford Motor Company in its emerging technologies group. While at Ford, she started the company’s GreenIT group focused on sustainability within Ford’s IT department.
- MBA, University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
- MS of Natural Resources, University of Michigan
- BS, Stanford University