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Profile: Kate Brandt, Federal Environmental Executive

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Kate Brandt
Kate Brandt
Kate Brandt

Kate Brandt serves as the U.S.’ federal environmental executive and holds responsibility for implementing environmental and energy sustainability policies across the federal government.

Prior to this role, she held a senior adviser role at the Energy Department and worked to help the agency develop and execute the Obama administration’s climate action plan.

She has also served as a director for energy and environment in the Office of Presidential Personnel, as a special adviser to the Secretary of the Navy on energy issues and as a policy analyst at the White House’s Office of Energy and Climate Change.

Brandt became a policy director for the U.S. government’s efforts to establish a long-term recovery plan following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

She is also a New Leaders Council Fellow and serves on the Women’s Council on Energy and Environment.

She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a master’s degree in international relations from the University of Cambridge.

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