Amy Webb-Cabrera is a Market Research and Evaluation Project Manager for the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA). Her role involves leading research efforts to provide market intelligence about NEEA’s initiatives and to measure the progress of those initiatives toward their energy-saving goals.
Before joining NEEA, Amy held research and planning positions at Earth Advantage, the Houston Advanced Research Center, and the City of Houston Planning. Her work focused on energy and the environment, with an emphasis on understanding the effects of the inequitable distribution of environmental risk across class and race – work informed by field research among local farmers in Kenya and other developing regions. Amy started her career as a process engineer in the power and demilitarization industries, where she designed studies to mitigate the risks of chemical weapons destruction. Amy has a degree in Engineering Science from Trinity University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington.
When she’s not tracking our region’s success toward greater energy efficiency, she spends her time with her husband and two little girls, trying to strike a balance between playgrounds, trendy restaurants and Oregon’s beautiful wilderness.