Crowley brings extensive experience developing partnerships and building consensus
TAHOE CITY, Calif. (May 7, 2019) – The nonprofit Tahoe Fund today announced that Stacey Crowley, vice president of external and customer affairs for the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) has joined its Board of Directors. As a board member, Crowley will provide support, leadership and inspiration to the organization whose purpose is to improve the Tahoe environment by ensuring the completion of more environmental improvement projects with the support of the private community.
“We’re thrilled to have Stacey join the Tahoe Fund Board of Directors,” said Katy Simon Holland, Tahoe Fund board chair. “Her experience and strength in developing partnerships and consensus in California, Nevada and throughout the West will be a tremendous asset to our organization as we continue to work toward restoring and enhancing Lake Tahoe for current and future generations.”
In her current professional role, Crowley oversees all aspects of customer support, communications, government relations and external policy activities. She also works closely with the CAISO’s Board of Governors and its committees on a variety of western energy issues. Prior to joining CAISO, Crowley was the Director of the Nevada State Office of Energy and advisor to Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval. She has managed Nevada’s federal grant programs and economic incentive regulations for clean energy projects and served as Chair of the Western Interstate Energy Board and on the board of the National Association of State Energy Officials.
“As someone who is passionate about the outdoors and specifically the Lake Tahoe region, I’m excited to join the Tahoe Fund Board of Directors,” said Crowley. “I look forward to bringing my professional experience and passion for the environment to the organization, and to contribute to projects the Tahoe Fund supports that will help restore and improve the Tahoe Basin.”