Amy Farrell

Amy Farrell is the Senior Vice President for Government and Public Affairs at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). Ms. Farrell oversees AWEA’s public affairs, federal affairs, state affairs, policy and regulatory, and research and analytics departments. She leads the execution of integrated advocacy and education campaigns designed to increase wind deployment and demand. Previously, Ms. Farrell was the Group Director of Market Development for the American Petroleum Institute (API), where she worked with member company CEO’s and staff to increase natural gas demand by influencing regulations, legislation and policy initiatives that impact natural gas use in the power generation, export, and industrial sectors. Prior to joining API, Ms. Farrell played a similar role at America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA), serving as the Vice President of Market Development. Ms. Farrell joined ANGA after working as a Corporate Issues Advisor in ExxonMobil’s Public and Government Affairs Department. Before joining the private sector, Ms. Farrell spent nearly a decade in government, most recently serving in the George W. Bush White House National Economic Council as the Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy handling energy policy. Ms. Farrell holds a Master’s degree from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, where she was a Lilly Fellow, and a Bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University.

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