For over a quarter of a century, Carol Browner has been at the forefront of the United States’ environmental and energy polices. As President Clinton’s EPA Administrator and as President Obama’s "Energy Czar," Browner has negotiated, developed, proposed and implemented U.S. policy affecting global energy, environment, public health, and business matters.
Today, Browner provides her expertise through dual roles in the business and policymaking arenas and serves as a Senior Counselor at Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm.
The Emerging Energy Future
No single sector affects more people and industries than energy, and none is more deeply affected by the disposition of government. An authority on the changes that are coming in U.S. and world energy consumption, Carol Browner analyzes the regulatory and economic pressures that are driving changes in consumption and use, and how this will affect businesses. She offers a pragmatic assessment on the need for energy to drive economies and how this need will be driven by practical approaches.
Thinking Green: Economic Strategy for the 21st Century
Carol Browner identifies opportunities across many sectors in the global economy through sustainability initiatives for businesses to succeed in enhancing corporate responsibility, gaining market access, and developing strategic partnerships and business relationships.
Ms. Browner serves as President of the Board for the League of Conservation Voters, the Board of Directors for Bunge Limited, Independent Director for Infosys, and the Global Oceans Commission. Ms Browner is also on the Leadership Council for Nuclear Matters and the Advisory Board for Opower and General Fusion.
Ms. Browner most recently served as Assistant to President Obama and director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, where she oversaw the coordination of environmental, energy, climate, transport, and related policy across the federal government. During her tenure, the White House secured the largest investment ever in clean energy and established the national car policy that included both new automobile fuel efficiency standards and first ever greenhouse gas reductions. Previously, Ms. Browner was a founding principal of The Albright Group LLC from 2001 to 2008.