Remy Pangle is the Executive Director of REpowering Schools, a national non-profit that works with educators and the renewable energy industry and in coordination with national and state government projects to support programming and opportunities to engage and train a diverse and sustained renewable energy workforce. REpowering Schools supports and connects the renewable energy industry with K12 schools, educators, and colleges and universities seeking to boost STEM learning and introduce new job opportunities to students to build a diverse and sustained workforce. By educating students and their communities about renewable energy we strive to increase the pool of qualified labor and inform citizens to make educated energy decisions.
Remy is also the Managing Director of the Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Energy (CASE) and also the Education Manager. She coordinates the Virginia KidWind Challenges, classroom visits, visits to JMU, and teacher professional development on renewable energy and maintains a classroom kit lending library. This work is done in coordination with the Virginia REpowering Schools Program where CASE assists Virginia schools in developing small wind and solar projects on their campus and ensuring renewable energy concepts are being taught in the classroom.
Remy holds a B.S. in Integrated Science and Technology from JMU and an M.S. in Oceanography from the University of Maine.