Consumer Energy Alliance has Named Amelie Hereford as Director of Communications and Affiliate Relations

Amelie Hereford will be in charge of managing internal and external communications to further align CEA’s national and state operations, enhance strategic partnerships with our affiliates, and develop CEA’s national affiliate coordination and outreach.

Before joining CEA, Amelie served as the legislative assistant for Arch Coal’s federal affairs office, acquiring significant experience in legislative affairs and public policy within the energy sector. Upon relocating to Houston to attend graduate school, Amelie continued her career in government affairs as a Political Action Committee Specialist in the utilities industry at CenterPoint Energy. Amelie’s background offers CEA a unique blend of communications, policy and government affairs experience across various energy industries.

“We are all extremely excited to have someone of Amelie’s solid energy industry expertise, public policy background and organizational expertise joining the organization,” said CEA President, David Holt. “With CEA’s anticipated growth and increased visibility in the coming months and years, having Amelie take a leadership role in affiliate relations and development, at the national level and across all regional chapters of CEA, will add tremendous value and strength to the organization’s partnerships and promotion of sound energy policy.”

Amelie has a M.A. in Comparative Politics from the University of Houston and a B.A. in Government from the University of Virginia.