Jocelyn Cramer Named New Board Chair of Sustainable Energy Fund

Sustainable Energy Fund is proud to announce that Jocelyn Cramer has been named the new Board Chair of the organization.

Ms. Cramer has been a valuable member of the Board of Directors of Sustainable Energy Fund since 2017. She also currently serves as a County Commissioner of Wayne County and sits on the Board of Directors of The Cooperage Project and SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) in Honesdale. Her previous professional experience includes Executive Director of SEEDS, and Executive Director of the Ground Floor

Theatre Lab in New York City, a theatre which she founded. Jocelyn is a graduate of Scranton Prep High School and the State University of New York, Binghamton. 

“I hope to give as much as I get from this appointment, as I learn more and more at every meeting I attend. I was first introduced to SEF at their Energy Path Conference in Scranton PA about 5 years ago, and the collaboration with the organization began almost immediately. This is an honor for me and something I enjoy very much.”

“Sustainable Energy Fund is thrilled to name Jocelyn as the new Board Chair of the organization,” said John Costlow, president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund. “She has been a passionate and dedicated addition to the Board of Directors, and I am looking forward to her continued work with SEF in this role.”