Women in the U.S. Climate Alliance’s 25 states and territories and across the Alliance’s partner organizations are advancing cutting-edge climate action and solutions and accelerating America’s transition to a net-zero future.
For a second year running, at COP28 top female leaders from Alliance states, including California and Maryland, and our partner organizations, including The Climate Registry, Sequoia Climate Foundation, and Climate Mayors shared how they got their start, the unique perspectives they bring, challenges they face in their roles, their top climate and clean energy priorities, opportunities for collaboration, and much, much more.
“I’ve always wanted to be a part of the solution,” said Maryland Environment Secretary Serena McIlwain on how she got her start in the climate space. “So I’m in my dream job now, and have been for the last 10 years, where I can make a difference and make sure that the state I’m in now, Maryland, is moving forward doing great things when it comes to fighting climate change.”