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Anne Manning

Anne Manning

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

Biography

Anne joined PNNL's Portland, Oregon (also known as PNNL BPO) office as the Office Administrator/Manager in 2007 with the Energy Policy & Economics (EP&E) group, and joined the Building Energy Research and Analysis (BERA) group in 2015 as the Portland office continued to expand and grow the capabilities and expertise offered. Prior to joining PNNL, Anne worked in a variety of positions including other office management and executive assistant roles in academic, non-profit, and overseas organizations.

Primary responsibilities include office administration, facilities management (now including the new Connected Lighting Testbed in SE Portland), visitor & meeting coordination, travel logistics, and project support. She has conducted research and contributed to a number of reports in supporting the international feasibility and viability assessments for renewable energy technologies on continental and foreign U.S. Air Force bases for the Department of Defense. Other project support includes the Solid State Lighting Program and Building America Program.

Research Interests

  • Renewable Resource and Policy Research
  • Document Editing, Data Collection, and Research
  • Socioeconomic Research and Analysis
  • Project Management
  • Coordination of Workshops and Conferences
  • Japanese and Intercultural Communication

Education and Credentials

  • M.B.A., Business Administration, City University of Seattle
  • B.A., Sociology & Anthropology (Dept. Honors), Lewis & Clark College
  • Certificate in Sustainable Business, City University of Seattle
  • Mombusho Scholarship, Japanese Studies, Kyoto University

PNNL Publications

2014

  • Solana A.E., and A. Manning. 2014. "Army Reserve Net-Zero Initiative for Energy, Water and Waste." Army Aviation. PNNL-SA-101074.

2011

  • Solana A.E., W.M. Warwick, A.C. Orrell, B.J. Russo, K.R. Parker, M.R. Weimar, and J.A. Horner, et al. 2011. Renewable Energy Opportunities at Fort Hood, Texas. PNNL-20928. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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