Nicole Enright is a Program Officer for ISC’s U.S. Program. She works with cities, towns, and regions across the U.S. to identify and scale-up local solutions to meet the challenges of climate change and sustainable development through peer-learning workshops and targeted on-the-ground technical assistance. She directly supports the US Department of Energy-funded Solar Market Pathways program, an initiative to identify and disseminate best practices in solar energy deployment in the United States.
As a former local government practitioner, Nicole has hands-on experience working with the community and municipal organization to achieve sustainability and climate targets. She brings a practical knowledge of energy efficiency, climate adaptation management, and resilience planning and possesses skills in project management and design, grant writing, communication, and research.
Prior to ISC, Nicole worked for the City of Flagstaff Sustainability Program where she coordinated the development, implementation, and evaluation of energy and climate programming to support the Municipal Sustainability Plan and Resilience and Preparedness Study goals. She also served as a research assistant at Arizona Wind for Schools, bringing renewable energy education to northern Arizona classrooms and the community.
Nicole holds a BA in Environmental Studies from Northern Arizona University and attended an international study program on environmental studies and urban planning at the Universita degli Studi della Tuscia in Viterbo, Italy. She is a member of the American Society of Adaptation Professionals.