Program Manager, Energy and Mobility
Dana Gorodetsky is Program Manager for the Energy and Mobility consulting group. She manages a portfolio of projects and leads business development efforts in Energy. She also supports commercialization of new energy technologies and manages energy consulting projects with clients and partners.
Gorodetsky brings experience managing programs, projects and grants at both international development organizations and at local organizations. At MIT, Gorodetsky managed the MIT D-Lab Practical Impact Alliance, a social impact membership group of international NGO, corporate, startup and government stakeholders working on collaborative, market-based solutions to global poverty issues. She also developed proposals and managed grants across MIT. Gorodetsky has also consulted for several domestic NGOs and small companies in the areas of resource development, project management, and communications. She holds a master’s degree in Education Leadership and Policy from Boston University, and a BA in Organizational Studies and Program in the Environment from the University of Michigan. She also has a MicroMasters in Sustainable Energy from the University of Queensland.