Q&A with Natalia Swalnick, Dir. of EV and Smart Mobility Programs for Electrification Coalition

Filmed By: Jen Neville
October 23, 2018

Natalia Swalnick Electrification Coalition

We caught up with Natalia Swalnick, Dir. of EV and Smart Mobility Programs for Electrification Coalition during Evs & the Grid 2018 to ask her a few questions about where the EV market is headed.

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Bio: Ms. Swalnick has a decade of experience and knowledge in public policy issues related to energy, transportation and the environment. She manages the planning and execution of projects that accelerate the adoption of plug in electric vehicles (EVs), smart mobility, and Smart Cities work for the Electrification Coalition. As a thought leader in the EV and smart mobility space, Ms. Swalnick facilitates public information campaigns, workplace charging programs, fleet electrification initiatives and EV driver experiences to grow the EV market.

As a previous private sector consultant, she managed energy-related policy analysis for BCS clients, which included the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy; Colorado Energy Office; Iowa Economic Development Authority, Colorado Department of Transportation; and the City and County of Denver. Ms. Swalnick served for four years as a member of the Regional Air Quality Council Board of Directors, as appointed by Colorado
Governor John Hickenlooper. She is currently a member of the Steering Committee for the Colorado Electric Vehicle DC Fast-Charging Corridors Grant Program.

Prior to joining BCS, Natalia was the Director of Environmental Health for the American Lung Association, and the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition. During her tenure, the coalition displaced more than 22 million gallons of petroleum. In this role, she served as the Principal Investigator for a DOE grant project which resulted in the publishing of the Colorado Electric Vehicle and Charging Infrastructure Policy Roadmap.

In 2007, Ms. Swalnick earned her Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. While concluding her post-graduate work, she worked as a member of the policy staff under former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, Jr.

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EVs & The Grid 2018

Natalia Swalnick
Dir. of EV and Smart Mobility Programs
Electrification Coalition

Electric Vehicles Electrification Coalition Fast Charging