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Diane Bailey is Executive Director of Menlo Spark, a community nonprofit aiming to help the City of Menlo Park and the region become carbon neutral. She also leads the Campaign for Fossil Free Buildings in Silicon Valley.
She is a certified Climate Change Professional (CC-P), and holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Washington University and a master's degree in environmental engineering from Rice University.
If you want to learn about working for a non profit to end climate change, what majoring in chemical engineering was like, or just want to hear an inspiring woman speak, click on Diane's photo!