Sacramento, CA – Last week marked the conclusion of the United States Hydrogen Alliance’s (USHA) first class of Hydrogen Future Leaders Fellowship Program. USHA’s Hydrogen Future Leaders Program is a long-term investment in building the pipeline for young, innovative minds to continue building the hydrogen economy in America and around the world.
This is a unique, 16-week, remote based fellowship opportunity for college students across the country to gain professional experience in the areas of policy development, communications, research, and software development. With their hands-on experience, our fellows will advance the hydrogen and fuel cell economy.
“Our hydrogen future leaders fellows have been an instrumental piece to advance USHA’s mission to build a nationwide hydrogen economy through strategic policy and technical planning,” said Roxana Bekemohammadi, USHA’s Founder and Executive Director. “We look forward to everything that our fellows will achieve and continue working with them long-term as they establish and advance in their careers.”
“This fellowship was a great experience, I had outstanding leadership and a fantastic team!” said Alec Lowman, a college student at California State University, Long Beach. “My favorite part was learning about environmental and model hydrogen policy.”
2022 Class of Hydrogen Future Leaders Fellows:
Zoe Andrews, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jen Arata, Purdue University
Kiran Garewal, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tariq Guidry, Metropolitan State University (MSU) of Denver
Nicole Kincaid, Columbus State University
Alec Lowman, California State University, Long Beach
Mary Margrave, Gonzaga University
Mac Murphy, University of Michigan
Lexi Schnell, University of Leeds
Founded in 2018, the United States Hydrogen Alliance is a member-based non-profit alliance, dedicated to advancing the market for hydrogen and fuel cells within the United States.
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