Christina Fisher serves as TechNet's Executive Director for Massachusetts and the Northeast. Based in Boston, she oversee's TechNet's state advocacy and political activities in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia, and manages issue advocacy, government affairs, events, policy analysis, political fundraising, membership relations, coalition building, and media relations. Christina joined TechNet from Bloom Energy, where she served as Senior Policy Manager. In this role, she managed Bloom’s regulatory and legislative strategy in New England, which included monitoring regulatory and legislative developments, defining policy direction, and drafting and submitting public comments. Prior to working for Bloom, Christina served as Committee Counsel to Massachusetts State Senator Benjamin Downing (D), then the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities, and Energy. During her two sessions in this role, she worked on major legislation pertaining to natural gas leaks, solar energy, energy storage, and offshore wind development — all of which were signed into law. Christina also briefly worked for Massachusetts State Representative Jay Kaufman (D) as his Senior Research Analyst for the Joint Committee on Revenue. Christina holds a JD from Suffolk University Law School and is a graduate of American University.
Executive Director, Massachusetts and the Northeast