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Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

Author: Morgan Folger

Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

(267) 609-6810

Started on staff: 2016
B.A. and B.S., magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, University of Maryland - College Park

Morgan directs Environment America's campaign to ensure all new cars and trucks are electric by 2035. Morgan helped run the campaign that kept Maryland from leaving the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. Originally from Weston, Connecticut, Morgan now lives in Philadelphia and enjoys reading on the beach and getting outside any chance she gets.

The U.S. Department of Transportation hosted a "Charging Forward" EV Symposium on Thursday in Washington, D.C. Our Destination: Zero Carbon campaign director Morgan Folger and excutive director of our Washington Legislative Office Lisa Frank attended to participate in stakeholder discussions and check out the showcase of electric cars, charging stations, and an electric semi-truck.

Destination: Zero Carbon campaign director Morgan Folger with Rivian's R1T electric pick-up truck.
An Electrify America electric vehicle charging station.
Lisa Frank, executive director of Environment America's Washington Legislative Office, and Morgan Folger, Destination: Zero Carbon campaign director, in the "frunk" of Ford's F-150 Lightning.
Volkwagen's electric ID.4 with Destination: Zero Carbon campaign director Morgan Folger behind the wheel.

During the stakeholder meetings, Morgan weighed in on the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program to create a national network of EV charging stations, funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

Author: Morgan Folger

Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

(267) 609-6810

Started on staff: 2016
B.A. and B.S., magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, University of Maryland - College Park

Morgan directs Environment America's campaign to ensure all new cars and trucks are electric by 2035. Morgan helped run the campaign that kept Maryland from leaving the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. Originally from Weston, Connecticut, Morgan now lives in Philadelphia and enjoys reading on the beach and getting outside any chance she gets.