November 15, 2022, 12:00 p.m. CT
Jodi Slick, Founder and CEO of Ecolibrium3 will present on community-based approaches for optimization of federal climate funding over the next decade. Using lessons learned from the Duluth Energy Efficiency Program (DEEP) over the past 15-years, she will illustrate the importance of using design-thinking, resource braiding, and partnership development to accomplish climate and environmental justice work in Minnesota communities.
Jodi is the founder and CEO of Ecolibrium3, leading the organization’s community resilience and sustainability work. She previously founded Common Ground Construction, a green affordable housing social enterprise. She received her Master of Educational Administration and BS in Broad Field Science (Chemistry and Physics) from the University of Wisconsin Superior. She has also completed training with the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University in Social Entrepreneurship. Jodi served as PI for Duluth's EPA Climate Showcase Communities and DOE Solar Market Pathways project. She was recognized as a White House Champion of Change for adaptive retooling of the DEEP program for disaster recovery.