Beth Galante

Founding Member

Beth Galante

Beth is the Vice President of Government Relations and Business Development of PosiGen. Beth practiced energy and environmental law in Louisiana for 15 years, including work with the Tulane Law Clinic when it received the National Law Journal's Runner Up Lawyer of the Year and Distinguished Environmental Achievement Award from the American Bar Association.  After Hurricane Katrina, Beth directed Global Green New Orleans, a nonprofit focused on the sustainable rebuilding of the city that worked with actor Brad Pitt to build LEED Platinum homes in the Lower 9th Ward, and offer citywide energy education, for which Time magazine wrote "no organization is doing more to green New Orleans..."  Beth was named a Champion of Change by the White House for creating New Orleans energy efficiency program, and is an Aspen Institute fellow in its flagship Henry Crown program.