Member Webinar: Impacts of the Election on Transmission Energy Policy
Thursday, November 12, 2020
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EST
Just 10 days after one of the most historic and talked-about general elections in US history, Kellie Donnelly, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, of LotSixteen, former Chief Counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and a self-described “no-nonsense problem solver,” who has “tackled the inevitable hiccups, roadblocks, and head-smacking problems that accompany working with Congress and the Executive Branch” will speak with WIRES members about the election results and what it means for the future of transmission energy policy.
Executive Vice President & General Counsel, LotSixteen
Former Chief Counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Kellie has over 20 years of experience in federal government. During her time as Chief Counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, she helped negotiate, draft, and enact everything from major legislative packages and budget reconciliation measures, to targeted provisions and legal memoranda. With stints at the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, the Department of the Interior, and in private practice, Kellie has engaged in the policymaking process from almost every perspective.
Before joining Lot Sixteen Kellie worked for congressional members who’ve been lauded for their bipartisanship and ability to accomplish big things. As an attorney and staffer at heart, she helps clients understand the nuances of policymaking – and develop creative ways to influence the process – in order to make strategic decisions about advocating for their interests.
Twitter Handle: @lot_sixteen
This event is free of charge and open to WIRES member companies and their employees only.