Molly Deringer Croll
Molly is a Director in CEA’s Environmental Policy & Advocacy group. She has been serving clients in the energy and transportation sectors since 2010, providing political and regulatory advocacy, stakeholder engagement, policy analysis, and strategic communications. Her clients have included NRG Energy, Pathfinder Wind, the Association of American Railroads, Environmental Defense Fund, the American Wind Wildlife Institute, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation, and the Institute for Industrial Productivity.
For the last five years, Molly has led the policy and marketing team for Range Energy Storage Systems, a large-scale energy storage developer. In this role, she has directed the activities of a team of consultants in California, represented Range in regulatory proceedings, trade groups, and stakeholder forums, and supported the company’s participation in a procurement solicitation.
Prior to joining CEA, Molly served as the Entrepreneur Services Manager at Investors’ Circle, an organization that matches early-stage impact investors with mission driven companies. At Investors’ Circle, Molly facilitated teams of investors through preliminary due diligence on social impact startups.
Molly received her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Brown University.