CRES Welcomes New Vice President of Policy and Advocacy Christina Baworowsky

CRES Welcomes New Vice President of Policy and Advocacy Christina Baworowsky

WASHINGTON — Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) today announced the addition of new Vice President of Policy and Advocacy Christina Baworowsky, who joins CRES from Tesla.

“The CRES team is delighted to have Christina join our ranks and bring our policy department to the next level with her new perspective and wealth of experience,” said CRES President Heather Reams. “Christina has over a decade of experience in clean technologies and innovation. I look forward to seeing her play a crucial role in advancing CRES’ mission and driving positive change in the clean energy sector.”

“I am excited to join the team at CRES and advocate for clean energy policies that benefit our economy, environment and national security,” said Baworowsky. “I’m looking forward to using my skills and experience to lead CRES’ policy team and expand our advocacy impact as the premier right-of-center organization for energy and climate research, legislation and thought leadership.”

Before joining CRES, Christina served as senior federal policy advisor at Tesla, where she represented the company before Congress and the Administration. Before joining Tesla, Christina was the principal federal lobbyist for ChargePoint, the world’s largest electric vehicle charging network. She also represented Alliant Energy Corporation, an investor-owned utility serving Wisconsin and Iowa. Earlier in her career, Christina worked at the Nuclear Energy Institute in governmental affairs, which advocates on behalf of the commercial nuclear energy industry.

Christina received her master’s degree from the George Washington University in Political Management and her bachelor’s degrees in politics and English literature from the Catholic University of America, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. 

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