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       ...have taken the first step to incorporating sustainability in their agency and workspace. Recognizing the need for energy efficiency, EC's act as the eyes and ears of the Green Fingerprint campaign by contributing to solutions to any problems that may arise in their agency. As information reaches the EC's and their agencies, messages will gain velocity and impact.

The following agencies and individuals have shown their commitment to a sustainable future by volunteering Energy Champions:
Department of Central Services Liz Cope
Oklahoma Arts Council Meleia Williamson
Office of the State Auditor & Inspector Georgia Godwin
Oklahoma Conservation Commission Karla Beatty
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Studies Shawn McCarty
Oklahoma Tax Commission Paula Ross
Department of Human Services Adele Jack
State Treasurer's Office (N. Central Location) Kathy L. Ernst
State Treasurer's Office (Capitol) Amy Sparks
Oklahoma Water Resources Board Chris Neel
Office of the Secretary of the Environment Amanda Storck
Office of the Secretary of Energy Cassie Gilman
Office of Personnel Management Terri Berry
Department of Environmental Quality Fenton Rood
Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department Jessica Blackstock
Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education Donna Sinnes
Oklahoma Board of Nursing Dana Edminsten

DCS would like to thank each of these individuals and 
agencies for their support! 

Get to know your Energy Champions!

To learn more about Energy Champions, or if your agency does not currently have one and you would like to volunteer to represent your agency, please contact Thomas Bowman, DCS Sustainability Programs Officer, by phone (405-522-6913) or email (thomas_bowman@dcs.state.ok.us).

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Last Modified on 12/03/2010
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is an Energy Champion?
A: An agency contact, usually a volunteer, who connects their agency with valuable energy & money saving information and campaign materials.

Q: Does my agency have an Energy Champion?
A: If your agency is not listed with a hyperlinked name, the answer unfortunately is no. Volunteer today!

Q: How do I become an Energy Champion?
A: Contact information listed at the bottom of this page.

Q: How does a state agency benefit from having an Energy Champion?
A: In addition to environmental & financial benefits through energy savings, state agencies will gain knowledge & experiences from a conservation-minded approach to work.

Q: What is required of an Energy Champion?
A: Participate in the organization & scheduling of energy awareness events and the distribution of campaign materials including the Sustainability E-Newsletter.