Madeline Oliver - Los Angeles
Madeline applies her background in planning, advocacy, communications, and research to advance transportation, environmental justice, and climate policy in California and beyond. Madeline has helped lead the Clean Cars Campaign to successfully strengthen the stringency and equity components of California's Zero-Emission Vehicle Regulation, and works in states across the U.S. to support equity, health, labor, and environmental groups in their campaigns to adopt California’s clean car and truck regulations.
Before BWG, Madeline earned her master’s at UCSB's Bren School, where she researched climate policy and led efforts to advance DEI at the school. Madeline has worked in local and state planning agencies and at a local non-profit to advance more sustainable communities through local planning and policy development. She received her bachelor’s in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning from UC Davis. Madeline serves as the Vice-President of the AEP Channel Counties Chapter and is a volunteering member of AWWEE.