As Energy Efficiency Program Manager for the City of New Orleans’ Office of Resilience and Sustainability, Camille Pollan (LEED GA) works in partnership with public and private sector entities to create innovative, practical solutions that cut energy waste, support occupant energy management, and improve energy policies.
Since moving to New Orleans immediately following Hurricane Katrina, Camille has focused on making local communities more resilient and financially sustainable through energy efficiency, at organizations such as Rebuilding Together, Global Green, and Energy Smart New Orleans.
Camille has guest lectured at the Tulane School of Architecture’s Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development program, and presented on energy efficiency and resilience panels at conferences such as the Department of Energy Better Buildings Summit, USGBC Green Build, the Association of Energy Service Professionals, and the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. She participates in the community-led Climate Action Equity Group, served as a juror for the American Institute of Architecture New Orleans Chapter Sustainability Awards, and organized a European Union POCACITO (Post Carbon Cities of Tomorrow) small business site visit in New Orleans.
Camille is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the George Washington University. She also worked on disaster recovery operations in post-tsunami Indonesia, and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Romania. In 2018, the USGBC Louisiana Chapter named Camille its Community Champion.