SEIA appointed vice president of congressional affairs and vice president of regulatory affairs

The US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced a restructure and expansion of its leadership team. Erin Duncan has been named the organization's new vice president of congressional affairs and Katherine Gensler has been named vice president of regulatory affairs.
Duncan has extensive experience in Washington D.C. She joins SEIA after more than eleven years as a federal lobbyist for the National Education Association. Prior to that, she spent eight years working on Capitol Hill.
Gensler has worked for SEIA for eleven years, steering the association's efforts on a wide range of energy, permitting and finance issues at the federal level. She also leads SEIA's advocacy work in the Texas regulatory and legislative arenas.

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