Growing up in a traditional Mexican household, Amaris learned all about gender roles. She has never been one to accept something that didn't make sense, though, and it wasn't long before she launched her own career in the trades. Now, she leads teams in the field for GRID Bay Area. In her words, "Women have a powerful voice and presence, so get out there and make a difference!"
n honor of National Women’s History Month, we’re introducing Catalina Coz, one of our incredible Outreach Coordinators! Catalina’s passion for the community shines through her work every day as she helps connect clients to GRID’s services.
Welcome to our February edition of our Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to introduce you to some of our amazing staff members here at GRID Bay Area! This month we are introducing you to our SolarCorps Workforce Development and Volunteerism Fellow, Marissa Leshnov! Marissa’s friendly attitude shines just as brightly as the sun as she welcomes the Bay Area’s hundreds of volunteers and job trainees into our solar community.
There are certain meaningful experiences throughout life that compel you to turn inward and reflect. My trip to the rural community of El Pedregal, Nicaragua with GRID Alternatives to work on an improved cookstoves project was my time to reflect on life.
Jennifer Watkins served for five years in the US Army. Today, she is serving her home community as GRID’s Bay Area Veteran Liaison Intern, and creating opportunities for more veterans to get hands-on solar training.
Welcome to the next installment of our Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to introduce you to some of our amazing staff members here at GRID Bay Area! This month we'd like to introduce Becky Sorensen, our GRID Bay Area SolarCorps Construction Fellow. With a background in computer science and organizational behavior. Becky worked in systems consulting, marketing operations, and was even a yoga instructor for a time before deciding to make a transition into solar construction.