We’re reframing the narrative around energy and equipping people to take effective, meaningful action in their homes and communities.Get Equipped
Generation180’s founding was prompted by a growing realization that we are at a tipping pointin America's transition to clean energy. The convergence of macro trends across the power, commercial, finance, and political sectors, as well as the arrival of rooftop solar power and electric vehicles to the mass market, have made it possible for our generation to fundamentally change our direction. We can now dramatically accelerate the arrival of a 100% clean energy future.See the Presentation
Executive DirectorRead MoreLess
Wendy is a nonprofit leader, philanthropic advisor, and social entrepreneur with a deep interest in social change and innovation. She brings over 20 years of experience in sustainability and conservation both domestically and internationally. She can often be found out enjoying nature and exploring new places with her husband, two children, and German shepherd.
Blair St. Ledger-Olson
Program ManagerRead MoreLess
With a background in conservation research, Blair is passionate about how scientific discovery can drive environmental sustainability. When not out hiking with her rescue dogs, she works to empower communities through education to have a positive impact on their environment.
Program DirectorRead MoreLess
Tish has followed her passion and dedicated her career to spreading environmental and energy awareness to diverse groups and collaborating on sustainable solutions. She enjoys empowering people to contribute to a healthier planet for us all.
Director of CommunicationsRead MoreLess
A musician and entrepreneur turned marketer, Nate seeks to build impactful organizations, grow engaged tribes, and tell meaningful stories that will leave a better, healthier, more peaceful world for his sons' generation.
After spending nearly two decades in the clean energy business creating several successful companies commercializing utility-scale wind, solar, and wave energy, Sandy founded Generation180 to inspire and equip individuals to join in the transition to clean energy.
Senior FellowRead MoreLess
Professor Carfagno teaches management communication, with an emphasis on communication strategy, business writing, public speaking, and communication skills in relation to leadership, ethics, and corporate social responsibility. She is particularly interested in studying the impact of social media and other technologies on crisis communications and leadership, which is the focus of her research and the subject of her most recent national and international academic presentations.
Program AssistantRead MoreLess
Jamie is studying Global Sustainability and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia, driven by her desire to fight for a just and equitable future for her generation. When not at work helping others live more sustainably, she can be found rock climbing or cooking with local Charlottesville produce.
Creative ManagerRead MoreLess
Matt loves crafting the stories of the energy transition in whatever creative format he can—through video, photography, design, or web development. His love of the outdoors and his growing family encourages his pursuit of a cleaner future.
Jonathan has been involved in the renewable energy space for over a decade as a co-founder of HelioSage and a lead investor in Greenlight Energy. Prior to getting involved in energy, he was the Vice President and Managing Director at the Advisory Board Company and its spin-off, the Corporate Executive Board Company. Jonathan is also active in child welfare issues in the former Soviet Union as a co-founder of the Firefly Children’s Network.
Jason is the Deputy Director at The Oak Hill Fund in Charlottesville, VA, where he manages the foundation and grant programs focused on climate change, renewable energy, and other issue areas. Prior to joining The Oak Hill Fund, Jason managed grassroots grantmaking at the W. Alton Jones Foundation. He is former Chairman of the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority and once directed the Appalachian Restoration Campaign.