Ann Grodnik has been a member of the Energy and Natural Resources Group at Seattle-Northwest Securities (SNW) since 2006. She provides financial analysis, credit analysis and investment banking services to SNW's energy and utility clients, including Seattle City Light, King County, Warm Springs Power & Water Enterprise, Southeast Alaska Power Agency, and the Washington State Housing Finance .Commission. Ms. Grodnik specializes in energy efficiency and renewable energy financing programs, and is currently working with several Northwest cities and utilities on their Qualified Energy Conservation Bond and Clean Renewable Energy Bond strategies. Prior to joining SNW, Ms. Grodnik gained experience with Evolution Markets and GE Capital's Energy Financial Services, where she concentrated on environmental finance. She has also worked in corporate environmental strategy consulting at The Natural Step. Ms. Grodnik holds a B.A. degree from the University of Vermont and an M.B.A. with an emphasis on finance and an M.S. in environmental science from Yale University. She was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guinea, West Africa, and is a trustee for the Northwest Fund for the Environment and a member of the EPA's Environmental Financial Advisory Board.
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