Senior Development Manager
Navajo Power, PBC
Portland, Oregon, United States
Maggie Tallmadge is a Citizen of the Cherokee Nation and has a background in utility-scale solar, wind, and battery storage development and power marketing; energy and economic development capacity building; and legislative, electoral, ballot, and Public Utility Commission policy and campaign design.
Maggie serves as the Senior Development Manager at Navajo Power, a majority Native-owned public benefit corporation (PBC), which develops competitive utility-scale clean energy projects in close partnership with communities, tribes, and Nations to catalyze economic empowerment for Native families and communities. She previously held the role of a Business Development Manager at a Midwest utility-scale solar and storage developer. Prior to attending graduate school, Maggie started the Environmental Justice Program at the Coalition of Communities of Color in Oregon and focused efforts on energy justice, economic development, and increasing environmental investments in low-income communities of color.
She is Co-Chair of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Energy Committee and the Chair of the National Congress of American Indians' Energy & Mineral Policy Subcommittee. Maggie holds a Master of Environmental Management from Yale School of the Environment and a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College.
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT