New Staff in the Energy Division
Brooke Harris is our new Housing Improvements and Preservation Innovation and Program Development Manager. She has more than 20 years’ experience administering housing rehabilitation programs for local governments. Brooke developed a housing program for the city of San Ramon, California that won national recognition as a best practice model and a state award for promoting social equity and environmental justice. Brooke contracted with Neighborhood Works as a reviewer evaluating and ranking urban revitalization grant applications and making recommendations for foreclosure intervention and loss mitigation counseling.
Seth Kolodziejski is our new Housing Improvements and Preservation Policy and Contracts Section Manager. Seth comes from the Washington State University Energy Program where he has been administering Washington’s renewable energy system incentive programs. Seth has an extensive background in weatherization, building science and energy conservation programs both as a contractor and administrator. He recently graduated with a Masters of Public Administration from Evergreen State College, where his research focus was on residential battery storage in the Washington marketplace and conducting an internal efficiency analysis of the Utilities and Transportation Commission.
Current staff member Rachel Revisky is now the Housing Improvements and Preservation Data and Performance Manager.