Annie Lee

Project Manager II – Commercial Vehicle Charging Corridor Development

Annie is a Project Manager on the Clean Fuels and Infrastructure team at CALSTART. Her efforts are focused on developing zero- emission vehicle commercial corridors developed on the East Coast, and specifically I-95.

Before CALSTART, Annie was Director of the Triangle Clean Cities Coalition and Principal Energy and Transportation Planner at Central Pines Regional Council in Durham. She assisted in education and workforce development on alternative fuel technologies across the region, including developing an educational partnership with the Southeast Hydrogen Energy Alliance (SHEA) and assisting with North Carolina’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) plan.

Her background is in science education; she brings a wealth of experience in communications and energy literacy. She spent time as an Information and Communications Specialist at the N.C. Division of Air Quality developing programming on energy and climate literacy in conjunction with the N.C. Clean Energy Plan and North Carolina State Climate Office and inventorying point source pollutants. The spark for a career shift came after spending 10 years as a STEM focused Environmental Science and Biology teacher.

Annie holds a B.S. in Science Education and a concentration in English from Campbell University, a Master’s in Scientific Literacy from Gardner-Webb University, and a professional certificate in Technical Project Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In addition, Annie completed two fellowships with the University of North Carolina’s Institute for the Environment in Climate Change and Renewable Energy Technologies.