Workshop: Floating Offshore Wind Shot: Interagency Workshop (Part 1)
Jocelyn is the US Department of Energy’s Offshore Wind Lead and has been with the Department for over thirteen years. Jocelyn contributed to the establishment of the joint agency 30 GW by 2030 goal and is leading DOE’s subsequent implementation efforts. This includes leading the Department’s offshore wind strategic planning efforts, leading the establishment of new Floating Offshore Wind Shot, expanding DOE’s offshore wind transmission efforts, and contributing to the establishment of the White House-led Federal and State Offshore Wind Partnership. Prior to assuming her current role, Jocelyn served as program manager for DOE’s Wind Energy Environmental, Siting, Workforce Development and Grid portfolio, and managed the Department’s Wind, Ocean Energy, and Hydropower environmental research portfolios. She came to the US Department of Energy through the NOAA Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. She holds a master’s degree in marine science from the University of New England and a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Smith College.