Berl Hartman is Co-Founder and a Director of the New England chapter of Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), a national community of business leaders who promote sound environmental policy that builds economic prosperity (www.e2.org).

Ms. Hartman was also a founding member of the North East Clean Energy Council (NECEC) and served on its Board of Directors and as Co-Chair of the Council’s Policy Committee. In 2008, she received the Council’s first Clean Energy Leadership Award. Ms. Hartman also serves on several boards and committees including the Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions’ Implementation Advisory Committee (IAC), and the President’s Advisory Council of the Woodwell Climate Research Center.

Prior to her work with E2 and NECEC, Ms. Hartman served as Sr. Vice President at Blanc & Otus, a subsidiary of Hill & Knowlton Public Relations, where she founded and led the company’s first Cleantech/Clean Energy practice.

Before her career in cleantech, Ms. Hartman served as a senior executive in several database software companies, including Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Sybase and Vice President of Engineering at Computer Corporation of America. She has also held positions at UC Berkeley, Boston University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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