By Grey Lee
Cherie Ching, J.D. '16, Advocacy Fellow
Cherie Ching is joining the USGBC MA Chapter as our Summer Advocacy Fellow – in an internship funded by the MassCEC. She recently completed her second year at Suffolk University Law School (SULS) in the Juris Doctor Program, and is concentrating in Legal Technology and Innovation. At SULS, Cherie has researched and studied the effects of net metering for energy efficiency and environmental protection while taking courses such as International Environmental Law and Technology, Energy, and the Environment Law. She is an editorial writer for the Journal of High Technology Law, currently working on her research Reinforcing the Net: Net Metering to Advance Deregulation in an Electric World (forthcoming note, 2016).
As our Advocacy Fellow, she is helping us improve our website resources related to our advocacy priorities of improving net metering policy, net zero building codes, and PACE financing. If you have a question of concern about our advocacy activities, please reach out. Don't forget to add our Green Building Policy Forum to your calendar – coming right up on 6/23/15 at the State House.
Cherie is excited to participate in the Chapter’s mission of promoting a network of Green Buildings as well as the legislation that supports them. Feel free to connect with Cherie at email@example.com.