As the Cofounder and Executive Director of Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, Diane Doucette oversees a national network of local chambers of commerce focused on building non-traditional and conservative business support for clean energy. Her model of network development has been replicated in many states. She has been a strategic planner, policy advisor, and coalition builder working at the nexus of business and policy advocacy for over 20 years. Prior to working in the clean energy space, Doucette spent the first 10 years of her policy career working internationally as a policy advisor and business liaison in Russia.
Doucette has a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in Political Science. In 2006, she was hired jointly by the AB32 Campaign to build significant business support for California’s Global Warming Solutions Act.