Author: Lauren Glickman

Lauren Glickman has nearly a decade of clean energy and climate change advocacy and campaign experience, and a successful track record for implementing winning social media and online strategies.

She started WindyGlick Communications to work with non-profits and small businesses to develop social media strategies and drive online engagement. As of the Fall 2013 Semester,  Lauren is an adjunct professor at The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, teaching undergraduate, graduate and executive education courses and seminars on social media theory and practice.

Lauren graduated from Tulane University with a dual degree in English and Environmental Policy. When not tweeting or instagramming awkward moments, Lauren enjoys cooking, bluegrass, horseback riding and triathlons. She also teaches horseback riding lessons part-time in Rock Creek Park.

 

  • Honoring women in wind power

    28 March 2014 by Lauren Glickman

    Guest blog by Lauren Glickman, Consultant with Women of Wind Energy Each year, Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) highlights and recognizes the stories of incredible women and men that are…

  • Thanks for calling!

    Sample Script: Introduce yourself: Hello – this is ________ calling from ______________. I would like to speak with the legislator about the urgency of extending the production tax credit for…

  • Call your representative!

    Thank you for calling your Senator, simply hit re-dial to be connected to your other Senator. Please take a moment to enter your information below to be connected with your…

  • Wind power is about energy security

    11 December 2012 by Lauren Glickman

    Brett Hunt is a farmer and a veteran who understands the importance of investing in renewable energy, particularly wind. He believes harnessing the power of an infinite energy source that…

  • PRESS RELEASE: Western Governors' Association calls for immediate PTC extension

    11 December 2012 by Lauren Glickman

    One of the leading bipartisan political groups in America weighed in on Friday in favor of extending the wind energy Production Tax Credit (PTC).