Marna Schwartz (she/her) is the Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Berkeley’s Office of Energy and Sustainable Development. She works on climate resilience, equitable building electrification, labor and workforce standards, climate funding, and microgrid and solar + storage planning and procurement. Marna also helped create the community-driven Berkeley Climate Action Coalition, in partnership with local environmental organizations and residents, to implement Berkeley’s Climate Action Plan. Prior to joining the City of Berkeley, Marna worked for a variety of nonprofit, government, and philanthropic organizations around the issues of community economic development, affordable housing, and increasing financial access and opportunity for low-income and Latino/a communities. She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Community Studies and minor in Education and has a Master’s degree from Kings College, London in Urban Sustainability. Marna grew up in Salinas, California and now lives with her partner and kid in El Cerrito, California.