In her role as the Vice President of Regional and Federal Affairs, Stacey Crowley is leading regional coordination efforts for the California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO). Through outreach and education to energy leadership and organizations in the West, Stacey serves as a key liaison to those interested in learning about the benefits of the ISO market, the energy imbalance market (EIM) and other opportunities for broad regional collaboration.
Stacey’s strength in developing strategic partnerships and fostering consensus has led to successful outcomes in the public and private sector from the local to federal level. As the Director of the Nevada State Office of Energy and advisor to Governor Brian Sandoval and helped define important energy opportunities and challenges in the state. She managed Nevada’s federal grant programs and economic incentive regulations for clean energy projects. In that role she served as Chair of the Western Interstate Energy Board and served on the board of the National Association of State Energy Officials and the Nevada Energy Assistance Corporation.
Earlier in Stacey’s career, she practiced as an architect with an emphasis on environmental sustainability. She managed economic analysis, design and engineering consultants regarding all facets of community development.
She is a LEED Accredited Professional and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan and Masters of Architecture from the University of New Mexico.