Amy Boyd is the Vice President, Climate & Clean Energy Policy at Acadia Center, based in the Boston office. She oversees Acadia Center’s work on advancing climate policy, electrifying buildings and transportation, and transitioning to clean energy sources throughout the Northeast. Amy holds Acadia Center’s seat on the Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Advisory Council, a stakeholder board that works with utilities to carry out their mandate to purchase all cost-effective energy efficiency. Prior to Acadia Center, Amy was an associate in the Environmental Practice Group of Foley Hoag LLP in Boston. Prior to law school, Amy managed political campaigns in Oklahoma and New Jersey. Amy holds a JD cum laude from Northwestern University School of Law and a BA in Environmental Studies from Wellesley College.