Whether you're a straight up newcomer to the clean fuels industry or just looking for a refresher, this session will cover the basics of biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.
Senior Communications Manager
Katherine serves as the Senior Communications Manager for Clean Fuels Alliance America. In this role, she supports the implementation of the association’s communications plan, educates stakeholders on the industry’s mission, manages Clean Fuels’ online presence and coordinates with partner organizations to ensure consistent messaging. Reed earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus in Marketing and Management from Columbia College. With a passion for storytelling and content creation, Reed spent the last 10 years providing marketing and communications services to a number of non-profit associations in Missouri.
Director of Economics & Market Analytics
Jonathan Martin serves as the Director of Economics and Market Analytics for Clean Fuels Alliance America, responsible for monitoring market data and current events to provide in-depth market intelligence and forecasts on the direction of the overall liquid fuels, energy, and feedstock markets. Prior to joining Clean Fuels, Martin was a Petroleum Economist for Marathon Petroleum Corporation, where he led economic analyses and forecasting in the global oil and gas industry. Prior to his work in economics, Martin worked within both chemical process engineering and environmental compliance at Marathon Petroleum Corporation. Martin graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering.
Director of State Regulatory Affairs
Cory-Ann Wind is the visionary leader behind Oregon’s groundbreaking Clean Fuel Program and has spent three decades at the forefront of environmental progress on the West Coast. She recently assumed a new role as the director of state regulatory affairs for Clean Fuels Alliance America (beginning Jan. 8, 2024), with a primary focus on the West Coast.
Most recently, Wind served as the Clean Fuels Program Manager for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. In this role, she was responsible for developing and implementing Oregon’s Clean Fuel Program, which requires transportation fuel providers to reduce the carbon intensity of their fuels over time. The program has been credited with driving reductions in Oregon’s transportation emissions since its implementation in 2016.