Alexis Troschinetz is the Behavioral Science and Evaluation Manager with the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) at the University of Minnesota’s Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships and Extension. She infuses behavior change science into CERTs programs; builds relationships and offers programming to utilities; and evaluates CERTs’ programs by tracking quantitative and qualitative metrics. She’s presented at the American Evaluation Association; Behavior, Energy and Climate Change; Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education; and Energy Design conferences (as well as at the CERTs Conference, of course!) and she’s authored four peer-reviewed journal articles. Alexis loves volunteering and and currently serves on her neighborhood’s Board of Directors. Alexis holds her professional engineering license and has a B.S. and an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Michigan Technological University, Sustainable Futures Institute. Alexis practiced Environmental Engineering for over 7 years at two consulting firms prior to CERTs, working on sustainable operations, remediation, and stormwater.
CERTs Behavioral Science and Evaluation Manager
UMN Extension RSDP