National Board of Directors
Jenn joined the EcoWomen Board in June of 2022. She has over 15 years of experience in the renewable energy sector focused on project finance, project controls and development in the C&I/DG, utility, and wind markets. Currently, she is at New Columbia Solar running the development side of the business where she manages and oversees the project lifecycles from signing through project energization and operations. Prior to New Columbia Solar, Jenn worked for many other leaders in the solar development market, such as SunEdison, Clearway and Summit Ridge Energy. She is currently the Co-President of EcoWomen’s National Board alongside Ellen, as well as involved with the SEIA DEIJ Mentorship committee. Jenn is passionate about DEIJ initiatives and mentorship especially in the renewables sector which made EcoWomen a perfect space to spend her time and efforts. EcoWomen’s mission aligns with her passion to create more diverse leaders in the solar and energy industries. When Jenn is not working, she is playing pool, rock climbing, watching hockey, basketball or going to see live music.
Chair of the Nominating Committee
Beth joined the EcoWomen Board in June 2020 as she is passionate about supporting sustainable environmental change through development of women. She is currently on the Finance and Chapter Committees. Beth has a background in human resources and finance. Beth is a CPA, has BS in Accounting from Illinois State University and an MBA in Operations Management from DePaul University. Her experience demonstrates that the development of the leaders and focusing on key relationships drive the overall fulfillment of the individual and success of the organization. She will leverage her human resources leadership knowledge to assist EcoWomen to inspire and empower women to become leaders for the environmental community through educational and professional development opportunities. Beth is the Managing Director of Prism Leadership Partners, a firm which she founded to help organizations focus on their strategic people capabilities. She spends her free time traveling with her son and visits with her therapy dog, Gabby.
Chair of the Finance Committee
Amanda has been working with internal fundraising teams on their data and operations structures for over 20 years. She loves making order out of chaos and solving challenges through solid data solutions. She has spent the last 12 years at League of Conservation Voters where she has modernized their data structure. This includes eliminating most data silos and introducing a data warehouse that allows for additional reporting features and the automation on imports and exports. Prior to LCV she tackled similar situations at NARAL and Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco. Amanda lives in DC with her daughter and two cats. When she’s not being asked to play with Barbies, Legos or slime, she enjoys reading, sewing, hiking and getting out to the mountains whenever she can.
Bailey Fullwiler is a community social worker and trauma-informed yoga and meditation instructor in Central, Ohio. She currently serves as a statewide mental health first aid training coordinator with Mental Health America of Ohio and as an independent ecological grief consultant. Through her work she explores the intersection of mental health and climate change to support environmental organizations, groups, and advocacy. In addition, she volunteers with the Environmental and Social Justice committee with the Ohio Sierra Club and serves on the board of the International Association of Veterinary Social Work. Her approach to this work is rooted in seeking the intersection of self care and collective care within a social justice framework to best provide a strong culture of wellbeing.
Ellen joined the EcoWomen Board in January 2020. Ellen has a BS in Communication Design and an MA in Environmental Resource Policy from George Washington University. She believes in the power of visual communication and is passionate about advancing environmental protection efforts through education and outreach. Ellen has worked for the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition as a program manager and currently works at EPA as a multimedia specialist focusing on graphic communication. Ellen is a strong believer in the mission of EcoWomen: empowering women to be leaders in their professions and stewards of the environment. In her free time, she loves drawing, hiking, and playing board games.
Chair of the Chapters Committee
Noelle was drawn to the National Board of EcoWomen by her passion for renewable and green development. Noelle earned her Bachelor of Urban Planning & Public Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Master of Public Administration from DePaul University. After a transient career as professional ballet dancer, she now works in solar energy development, investment, and financing and serves as the Vice President of Project Development for Onyx Renewable Partners headquartered in Manhattan, New York. Noelle currently lives in Washington. D.C, is an active-duty Army spouse and cat mom of two.
Chair of the Communications/Fundraising Committee
Rebecca joined the EcoWomen Board in May 2022 and she has been a member of the EcoWomen community since the summer of 2021. She works with organizations across the U.S. and the world to advance environmental justice, gender equity, and human rights. She is particularly interested in centering and uplifting the work and voices of those who have been marginalized and underrepresented in the environmental movement, such as Black and Indigenous leaders and organizations. Rebecca holds a MA in Human Rights from the University of Sussex and a BA in International Relations from Boston University.
Angel (LaBell) Johnson
Angel (LaBell) Johnson is a Temple University, Computer Information Systems graduate and has taken life by the reins. She consistently pushes toward excellence both professionally and personally. Her career started out as a computer developer and has grown into leading technical and mobile app development teams to success for large organizations such as GE Capital, M&M Mars, AKQA, Digitas Health, Travel Channel and Marriott International.
She is a self-taught stock market, real estate and cryptocurrency investor and has a love and passion for technology. Angel holds an MBA in Cybersecurity. Angel seeks out opportunities to inspire and motivate others to live their best life. She is committed to electric vehicles and sustainable energy. Angel is committed to empowering women in tech and living out the the EcoWomen mission on a daily basis. Angel is the owner of Hanaa Enterprise. Hanaa Enterprise was created 20 years ago and the mission still remains the same - to invest in markets, assets and businesses while improving the betterment of the community, family and ultimately the world as a whole.
Yvette joined the EcoWomen Board in August 2022 after being drawn to the mission statement. She works in healthcare and believes that physical wellness cannot be achieved without a healthy environment and social equity. Yvette lives in southern New Jersey and enjoys surfing, paddleboarding, diving, and running.