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Starting a Sustainable Cycle presented by WSB


May 25, 2021 11:29 AM

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Amy Fredregill - Moderator
Senior Director of Sustainability @WSB
Having worked in the public, private and non-profit sector, Fredregill has over 20 years of experience in policy and systemic approaches to energy, water and other sustainability efforts in both the Midwest and nationally. Fredregill served as the Managing Director of the Minnesota Sustainable Growth Coalition at Environmental Initiative (EI). The Coalition primarily represents Fortune 500 Companies headquartered in Minnesota that are leaders in corporate sustainability. Prior to EI, Fredregill was Xcel Energy’s Manager of Resource Planning and Strategy for External and State Affairs at NSP-MN. In 2016 she was recognized as a Clean Energy Leader for MN Women by the Clean Energy Resource Team and The Business Journal’s 25 Women to Watch Award in 2010.
Bryan Bear
City Administrator @City of Hugo, MN
Bryan was appointed as the City Administrator for the City of Hugo, MN in November of 2011. Bryan came to the City of Hugo in 2004 and served as the City’s Community Development Director for almost eight years. Prior to joining the City of Hugo, he worked for the City of Overland Park, KS as a Senior Planner in a large, rapidly growing suburb of Kansas City. Bryan holds a B.A. in Geography and Geology from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN.
Steve Compton
CFO & EVP @Sevana Bioenergy
Sevana Bioenergy is a developer of carbon-negative renewable natural gas (RNG) projects. As current CFO & EVP, Steve manages the company’s finances and fundraising efforts. Before joining Sevana Bioenergy in 2018, Steve led the origination and negotiation of several billion dollars of renewable fuel purchase agreements for Chevron where he also defined their low carbon strategy. In his time at Chevron, he also worked in the corporate venture capital group on biofuel and carbon investments. Much of Steve’s early career was spent with ExxonMobil where he supervised capital projects groups and financial accounting. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in engineering from Stanford University and an MBA in finance from Duke University.