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New Member Orientation
Welcome Energy Co-op members! This webinar will highlight the benefits associated with Energy Co-op membership, and explain how to best take advantage of them. The live presentation will allow for questions and answers from attendees. While new and recently renewed members will find the webinar most helpful, all current Energy Co-op members are welcome to attend.
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Noah Swistak
Member Services Lead @The Energy Co-op
Noah joined The Energy Co-op in December of 2020 as Member Services Lead. He ensures that everyone who is part of the organization’s network finds a fulfilling and fun experience with The Energy Co-op. Prior to joining The Energy Co-op, Noah helped lead institutional campus sustainability work at colleges and universities across North America at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). His professional experience also includes tenures with some of the leading arts and hunger relief organizations in Philadelphia. Noah is grateful for the opportunity to work alongside The Energy Co-op’s members, with their unique position to make impactful change in the demand for clean, renewable energy sources. Noah received a B.A. in Geography from Villanova University in 2008, and a Master’s in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010.
Meryl Sands
Member Recruitment Lead @The Energy Co-op
Meryl joined The Energy Co-op in December of 2019, bringing six years of experience in renewable energy sales and management. They collaborate with businesses, organizations, and communities in southeast Pennsylvania, to help them buy, use, and understand renewable energy. They host public educational webinars on everything from Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) to the Power of Cooperatives. Through The Energy Co-op's Member Ambassador Program, they provide training to help our members feel confident talking to people about the renewable energy issues that matter to them. Meryl holds a B.A. in Theater from Swarthmore College, and an MFA from the University of the Arts.