Team

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Rachael Cornick – President

 Rachael is dedicated to improving Houston’s environment and its energy independence through the promotion and adoption of renewable energy.  For over five years she has worked in operations and productivity roles for Praxair, while continuously supporting the company’s Corporate Sustainability efforts. With the help of many volunteers, Rachael intends to grow HREG and strengthen its renewable energy initiatives which our members see as critical.  Most importantly, she wants to help others who have a similar drive and passion for renewables to make their own impact through HREG and have fun while doing it!
 
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Sue Klein - Vice President

Sue has gained experience from working in a variety of industries in Houston. Currently, she is the Assistant to the Dean at the University of St. Thomas. Sue is extremely passionate about the environment which is why she decided to return to school and earn a BA in Environmental Studies/Political Science. She has volunteered with HREG for over three years and intends to continue educating others on the importance of renewable energy. Houston has great renewable energy potential and Sue wants the city to help realize and capture that potential.

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Bill Swann – Liaison – TXSES

I walk and talk the message of going green. It’s easy. Purchase an electric car. I did. Don’t purchase ancient stored solar energy (fossil fuels) but rather purchase recently stored solar energy (wind power) or immediately stored solar energy (photovoltaics). I did! Educate others. I do by leading the monthly solar workshop.

Katherine Culbert - Secretary

Originally from Upstate NY, Katherine is the co-founder of K and K Process, providing Process Safety Management consulting. She started a Green Team at her condo building and can regularly be found at local sustainability events.

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Arati Shah - Treasurer

Arati has worked in the energy industry for over 10 years and has most recently transitioned into the solar energy market. Arati is a native Houstonian who graduated from the University of Houston with a BS in Economics and Psychology with a minor in Political Science. When she’s not touting the benefits of renewable energy, you’ll find her managing her nonprofit animal rescue group (Love And Rescue).