Policy Manager - Electrification Coalition
Celia Kosinski is Policy Manager for the Electrification Coalition Policy Program. Her focus is on policy research and analysis to help policy makers create ambitious policy opportunities and strengthen the case for transportation electrification.
Celia began her work with the EC as a policy analyst, where she focused on policy and data analysis, in addition to leading policy efforts in the state of Pennsylvania. Now, as a policy manager, Celia works primarily as the policy lead for Georgia and Florida and leads the teams state fleet electrification policy efforts across the country.
As a Connecticut native, Celia has previously worked in the energy sector through local advocacy measures at the city and town level, along with leading educational environmental programs. Before joining the EC, Celia worked as a Program Intern at People’s Action for Clean Energy CT, providing technical analysis on electric vehicle adoption by county, and educating residents on the benefits of building electrification.
Celia holds a Master’s in Energy and Environmental Management and Geographic Information Systems from the University of Connecticut, and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from the University of Vermont.