Jenn Fox brings 25 years of environmental engineering experience to the 2050 Partners team. At the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Jenn worked with regulators, utilities, and industries to reduce air pollution. She received service medals for air pollution rule development in California and cross-media contributions in Hawai’i. Jenn has led specific energy efficiency projects: reducing municipal energy and water use, benchmarking facilities for energy savings, writing greenhouse gas emissions reduction plans, and promoting energy efficient water heating technologies through well-designed utility incentive programs. At the ClimateWorks Foundation, Jenn led the strategic planning and measurement and evaluation teams; working with a distributed matrix of international non-profits, technical experts, and the broader philanthropic community to scale greenhouse gas emissions reductions. Following her MS degree in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University; Jenn was awarded a Fulbright grant to research the effects of electricity deregulation on hydroelectric projects.