Morgan Brummund is the Government Affairs Director for ACC. In this role, she leads ACC’s efforts to advance common-sense environmental and climate solutions on Capitol Hill. Morgan joined ACC from the energy policy world and has spent most of her professional career supporting the U.S. Department of Energy. Morgan was also selected for the 2022-2023 cohort of the Women Leaders in Energy and Climate Fellowship through the Atlantic Council.
Before joining DOE, Morgan worked as an energy policy analyst at the Idaho Governor’s Office of Energy and Mineral Resources. Morgan graduated summa cum laude from Boise State University, where her studies and co-curricular activities focused on the environment, the energy transition, and public policy. While at Boise State, she was selected as the Inaugural Cecil D. Andrus Center Scholar and given the opportunity to support the Idaho Bureau of Land Management’s public lands and NEPA portfolio.
Morgan grew up in rural Northern California but now calls Idaho her home when away from Washington, DC. In her free time, Morgan enjoys being outside with her dog, playing and watching basketball, and trying out new recipes.
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