Michigan Energy Office, Lansing, MI
Sarah Mullkoff works at the Michigan Energy Office, within the Michigan Agency for Energy, where she administers and coordinates municipal projects related to renewable energy and energy waste reduction. She formerly worked for several Michigan non-profits, including as the Energy Program Director at the Michigan Environmental Council, Midwest Energy and Climate Coordinator the National Wildlife Federation Great Lakes Regional Center, and Campaigns Coordinator at Clean Water Action Michigan. Mullkoff also serves on the board of directors for the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association and previously steering committee for RE-AMP, a 160-member coalition of Midwest nonprofits and foundations working on energy policy and climate change throughout the upper Midwest. Mullkoff is a graduate of Michigan State University’s James Madison College with a major in international relations and specialization in science, technology, environment, and public policy.