Caytie (they/she) joined BEI in 2020 and focuses on helping cities analyze community and buildings data and design equitable building electrification programs and policies, with a focus on engaging local community groups in the process. They believe that reshaping how cities collaborate with historically marginalized communities can help identify and scale up solutions that meet housing, public health, economic, and climate goals, which will be necessary to achieve a truly just transition to clean energy. Caytie previously worked at the City of Berkeley managing the City’s energy disclosure policy requirements for the single family residential and commercial building sectors. They also managed Berkeley’s annual updates to the community’s greenhouse gas emissions inventory and contributed to the City’s climate adaptation approach. Caytie graduated from Smith College with a degree in architecture and engineering and served as an AmeriCorps fellow in the CivicSpark program.