Jerry Bloom, Advisory Board Chair
Jerry Bloom is a partner at Winston and Strawn, LLP and chairs the firm's energy, project development, and finance practice group.
John T. Gaffney is a partner in the New York offices of Gibson Dunn and is a member of the Firm’s Energy and Infrastructure, Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Markets and Securities Regulation, and Corporate Governance Practice Groups. He has extensive experience representing public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, and capital markets transactions.
Randy Packer has been member of the George Washington University faculty since the early 1970s. His tenure included a recent five year stint as Associate Dean for Special Projects at the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences, where he helped oversee the establishment of the GW Solar Institute. He is currently a professor of Biology for the George Washington University Department of Biological Sciences.
LeRoy C. (Lee) Paddock is Associate Dean for Environmental Law Studies at The George Washington University Law School. Mr. Paddock is a member of the ABA Section on Environment, Energy and Resources Council.
Richard Perez is a research professor at the University at Albany's Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, where he directs applied research and teaches in the fields of solar radiation, and solar energy applications, and daylighting.
Frank Sesno is an internationally recognized journalist with over 30 years of experience reporting from around the world. Well known as a former anchor, White House correspondent, and interview host with CNN, he is also a nationally renowned moderator that has engaged some of the world’s leading personalities including five American Presidents.
Ted Turner is chairman of Turner Enterprises, Inc., the United Nations Foundation and the Turner Foundation. He is also co-chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and co-founder of Ted's Montana Grill.
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