Myles Rogers is a current graduate student at George Washington University where he is studying Environmental Health Science and Policy. Myles's background includes working as a Sustainability Fellow for the National Housing Trust and working as a Geologist for a global environmental health and safety consultancy. His work has helped residents of low-income apartments save money on their utility bills, build knowledge and resident engagement in community solar, and contributing to remediation services of contaminated sites. Once he graduates, Myles intends to continue his career in sustainability, linking cost-effective solutions to environmental health problems.
Born in India, Sukrit living in Thailand for twenty years. He moved to Chicago to attend Illinois Tech to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and later graduated with a master’s degree in Sustainability Sciences. He has experience interning at Plant Chicago, Eco Achievers, and Solar United Neighbors. Sukrit believes he’s found his niche at the DCSEU and is happy to be a part of an organization that specializes in services pertaining to energy efficiency, maintains a sustainable business model, and reduces the burden on low and moderate income neighborhoods.
Solar PA Assistants:
Erin is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, where she studied Environmental Science. She previously worked with the Tennessee Solar Energy Association, where she contributed to solar roof research. She also has experience in permitting for solar projects in the DMV area with Ipsun Solar. She is passionate about clean energy and excited to promote renewable energy usage in Washington DC.
Raised in the Washington, DC area, Antoine Grant attended Devry University for a degree in Gaming & Simulation Programming after graduating high school. In the summer of 2015, Antoine was introduced to the solar industry as part of DC's Summer Youth Employment Program, where he learned the basics of solar energy. Soon after Antoine started working for Kenergy Solar as an installer and worked his way into the Project Coordinator role. In 2018 he transitioned into the role with GRID Alternatives where he helped them make their goal of over 80 solar installations in 2019 in DC. Antoine Grant accepted the role as Solar Program Assistant at DCSEU to help continue his passion of helping underserved communities when it comes to solar energy.