Staff

Conor May, Executive Director

Conor is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he studied history and political science. While serving as Clean Energy Action’s Executive Director he is also attending the University of Colorado School of Law investigating a career in environmental/public interest law.

Conor was born and raised in southwest Colorado. He enjoys travel and the outdoors a great deal, but has yet to encounter any reserve of natural beauty greater than his homeland. He joined CEA in early 2017  and since then has been deeply involved in all of their efforts to improve community energy choice and transition Colorado off of fossil fuels.

He hopes to someday work full-time for the public interest, but in the mean time is thrilled to be working with such a dedicated, experienced, and energetic team to increase the transparency, efficiency, and responsiveness of Colorado’s public utilities sector.

Christopher Warren, Communications Director

Chris is a lifelong resident of Colorado. He graduated from CU with a BFA in 2013, and has worked as an artist, designer, and filmmaker in the front range since then. He is currently working as a muralis around the west, and is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver. 
 
Chris’s interest in non-profit work began at a young age, with his mother working for nonprofits his whole life, and his father serving on nonprofit boards. Chris was on his first non-profit board in high school, sitting on the board of the Durango Independent Film Festival. He is currently the Board Vice President of the North Boulder Arts District.
 
Having lived in Boulder for over 10 years now, Chris sees nonprofit advocacy as an important way to engage with, and improve, this community. He feels that Clean Energy Action is the most effective force in getting Colorado’s energy generation beyond fossil fuel, with the record to prove it. Chris is constantly encouraging more young people to join nonprofit boards of all kinds.

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