Jessica Lubetsky is the Executive Director of The E2e Project. Previously, she was the Manager of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Clean Energy Initiative, which promoted national policies that would foster economic, national security, and environmental benefits of the clean energy economy. Lubetsky’s work focused on increasing the use of industrial energy efficiency technologies nationwide and overseeing the program’s finance and investment research. She coordinated Pew’s Clean Energy Business Network, boasting 4,000 members from its inception until July 2013. She joined the Pew Charitable Trusts in 2009.
Previous to her time at Pew, Lubetsky served as Campaign Director for Kelley Campaigns, creating and implementing media and policy strategies for national and internationally recognized organizations and businesses. She has a decade and a half of grassroots issue campaign experience relating to policies at the federal, state and local levels.Lubetsky serves as the President of the National Board of Directors for EcoWomen, a non-profit organization devoted to providing opportunities for networking, collaboration and professional development to women across the environmental sector. She is a past-president of the Executive Board of the Washington, DC. Chapter of the organization. Lubetsky holds a Masters in the Study of Environmental Law from Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT and a Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Studies from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.