Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Christina Rohrbacher

Christina Rohrbacher

Christina joined NEEP at the end of 2017 and works to organize stakeholders in NEEP’s region around residential building energy codes, residential energy labeling efforts, and the HELIX project. She advances the latest energy code adoption at the state level through organizing and facilitating the code adoption and compliance process. Christina participates in various regional, state, and local stakeholder groups to share best practices, disseminate technical assistance, and ensure the needs of these various stakeholders are taken into account.

 

Before joining NEEP, Christina worked at HomeWorks Energy, a Mass Save Home Performance Contractor in Medford, MA, as a marketing manager. There, she built partnerships with cities and towns in Massachusetts to help them reach their residential energy efficiency goals. Prior to this, she was an AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator of Volunteer Programs at New Entry Sustainable Farming Project in Lowell, MA. She graduated with her B.A. in History from UMass Lowell, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Sustainability at the Harvard Extension School.

 

Q: If you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be?

A: I would invite Steven Ray Morris, Karen Kilgariff, and Georgia Hardstark from the My Favorite Murder podcast. It is my favorite podcast and we would have wonderful conversations about true crime, victim advocacy, and cats.

 

Q: What is your favorite thing about NEEP?

A: I enjoy the people who work here.

 

Q: What book is currently on your nightstand?

A: A biography of Leonardo Da Vinci by Walter Isaacson. I’ve always been fascinated by his life, especially considering the mystery still surrounding it, despite the amount of writings he left behind.

 

Q: What’s something about you that would surprise us?

A: I am a “murderino”, or a true crime enthusiast who listens to the podcast “My Favorite Murder”. I enjoy the combination of comedy and true crime!

 

Q: If you could spend one week anywhere in the world, where would it be? Why?

A: I would spend one week in New Orleans because I have been there before and it is my favorite city in the U.S. A week is not a very long time, so I might not want to visit somewhere I’ve never been.

 

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Grassroots community organizing, social media marketing, building energy & sustainability