Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project :
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Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project :

The Boulder-based Southwest Energy Efficiency Project identifies itself as a public-interest organization


Elise Jones, who is concluding her final week as an elected Boulder County commissioner, will be the next executive director of the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, SWEEP announced Tuesday.

The Boulder-based Southwest Energy Efficiency Project identifies itself as a public-interest organization promoting greater energy efficiency and clean transportation programs and policies in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

Jones, a Boulder Democrat, is completing eight years as the District 1 Boulder County commissioner, a post to which she was elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2016. Before occupying that county office, she spent 13 years as executive director of the Colorado Environmental Coalition, the predecessor to Conservation Colorado.

She’s to become SWEEP’s executive director starting Jan. 15.

“SWEEP’s Board of Directors is thrilled that Elise Jones will serve as our next executive director,” Bruce Ray, SWEEP’s board chair, said in the organization’s Tuesday news release. “Elise is a highly regarded and passionate clean energy and sustainability advocate, as well as an accomplished nonprofit leader. The Board is confident that with Elise at the helm, SWEEP will continue its tradition of highly impactful work.”

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