Jana Ganion
Sustainability and Government Affairs Director
Blue Lake Rancheria (a federally recognized Native American tribe)

In her role for the Blue Lake Rancheria tribal government, Jana helps create and implement strategies for decarbonized resilience. Her development expertise includes strategic planning in climate mitigation and adaptation, hazard mitigation and emergency preparedness, and economic enterprise development. Her project deployments include low-carbon microgrids, electrified transportation, biofuels, smart water grids, telecommunications, and other intersectional sustainable lifeline sector systems. She is current (2021) co-chair of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Indian Country Energy and Infrastructure Working Group, an appointee to the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management California Intergovernmental Task Force, serves on California’s Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resilience Technical Advisory Committee, the California SB 350 Disadvantaged Communities Advisory Group for the California Public Utilities Commission and California Energy Commission, and is the Pacific Region representative for the National Congress of American Indians Climate Action Task Force Technical Committee. Jana works on policy, programs, and investments to achieve rapid, cost-effective transition to climate-smart, resilient communities. She is honored to serve on the CORE Hub Advisory Council, and as senior advisor to and first year lead of this initiative.

 

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