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While at Campbell Ward, Lauren served as the Executive Director of the Arkansas Rice Federation and testified on behalf of farmers before the Public Service Commission regarding net metering.
She has worked as Project Coordinator for the Razorback Foundation, where she created and implemented a program that increased membership by 20%. Lauren assisted with the re-branding of the Razorback Foundation and aided in planning events for current and prospective donors. She has provided public relations assistance for U.S. Senator John Boozman and for the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation.
Lauren serves on the Little Rock Water Reclamation Commission and the Arkansas Foodbank board. She has been named to Arkansas Business’ 20 in their 20’s and Arkansas Money and Politics’ Future 50 lists and is a Leadership Arkansas graduate.
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About Arkansas Advanced Energy Association
AAEA is dedicated to growing Arkansas’s economy through expanded utilization of advanced energy technologies, including energy efficiency, demand response, natural gas electric generation, solar, wind, hydro, nuclear, electric vehicles, alternative fuels and smart grid.
Little Rock – The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) and its educational affiliate the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF) announce Lauren Waldrip has been selected as executive director of both groups effective September 1. Waldrip previously served...
New AAEA Board Members Justin McCann, Today’s Power Inc.Caleb Gordon, Shine SolarWill Black, Performance ServicesLisa Perry, Walmart Energy ServicesMark Cayce, Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corporation New AAEF Board Members Jennah Denney, Today’s Power Inc.Gary...