Our Team

Lacey Allor | Northern Colorado Regional Coordinator

Lacey is a passionate professional dedicated to bringing people together and making positive changes. With a degree in Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Energy from Colorado State University, she’s been deeply involved in driving sustainability initiatives.

She served her previous role at Northern Colorado Clean Cities where she connected with diverse stakeholders and organized events to promote electric vehicle adoption and environmental stewardship. She is thoroughly excited to continue working in this industry while discovering new opportunities along the way.

She practices continuous growth, whether it’s improving her leadership skills or finding new ways to make a difference in the world. If you want to share your unique ideas on how to improve the community, Lacey is patiently waiting for you to reach out!

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Milly Cruz | Regional Coordinator, East Central

Milly is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Springs Colorado where she received her degree in Geography and Environmental Studies. At UCCS, Milly discovered her passion for understanding the relationship and interactions between people and the space around them. As the Regional Coordinator for East Central Colorado, Milly is excited to learn more about serving communities to achieve equitable transportation and clean air quality. In her free time, Emily loves having game nights with her friends and family, traveling, and going to concerts.

Julia Davila | Communications Specialist

Julia is a Environmental Studies graduate from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota but grew up in the Bay Area, California. As a former Clean Cities intern, Julia is excited about the opportunities this role offers to work with consumers and stakeholders across the state. Julia enjoys a good hike every weekend, is a houseplant fanatic, and is always planning her next adventure.

Maddie Garbalagyts | Communications Manager

Maddie is the Communications Manager at Drive Clean Colorado. She graduated from Winona State University in Minnesota with a degree in Mass Communications: Public Relations and Sustainability. After interning with DCC in 2022, Maddie took time to work in corporate sustainability as an ESG Coordinator. She is now back on the team full time and excited to leverage her experience to drive positive change and amplify DCC’s mission. Maddie is currently going to graduate achool at CU Denver to get her Masters Degree in Environmnetal Science with an emphasis in Environmental Policy. In her free time, you can find Maddie on a hike or in a coffee shop!

Krystal Gonzalez | Clean Cities and Communities Accelerate Intern

Krystal Gonzalez is a Program Intern at Drive Clean Colorado, originally from Houston, TX she made the move to Colorado because of her family’s love of nature and the mountains.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business with a Marketing Specialization from the University of Phoenix where she graduated on the Dean’s List and is currently pursuing a dual Masters of Marketing and Professional MBA at the University of Colorado Denver. With over 13 years of experience in marketing and business development, Krystal is passionate about sustainable transportation and environmental justice. She is eager to leverage her expertise to support DCC’s mission. In her free time, Krystal enjoys learning new technologies, working on an app concept, and spending time with her two children and three dogs, enjoying the mountains and nature.

Kate Lovett | Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator

Kate currently serves as the Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator at Drive Clean Colorado. Kate earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Colorado State University in May 2022. Throughout her academic journey, she developed a deep appreciation of the intricate interplay between society and environmental sustainability. Her passion for understanding these complex dynamics ignited a deep commitment to fostering positive change in the world. Joining DCC aligns perfectly with her mission to bridge the gap between society and sustainable practices. In her role, Kate strives to empower individuals with the knowledge and resources they need to make informed choices about equitable transportation, ultimately contributing to a greener and more inclusive future.  

Jack Martin | CCUWDP Program Intern

Formerly from the greater Washington D.C. metro area, Jack studied economics and philosophy at the University of Virginia. After his undergraduate studies, he moved to Boulder, CO to pursue a Masters of the Environment at CU Boulder, focusing on renewable and sustainable energy while pursuing his passion in the clean transportation transition hands-on as an intern with DCC. Prior to joining DCC, Jack focused his work on ESG content at Nasdaq and is excited to pivot towards transportation aligning his studies with his career aspirations. He is motivated towards building an equitable and connected future uniting renewable energy, EVs, and V2X capabilities.In his free time, Jack loves to bike, ski, and chat about all thing’s music and the history of the automobile. He just completed his first century in the RideLondon event this past May and is looking forward to exploring the many routes Colorado has to offer this Summer!

David Miller | CCUWDP Program Intern

David moved to Colorado from Houston, TX where he studied finance at the University of Houston-Downtown. After undergrad he worked as an associate on debt obligations at BNY Mellon. He wanted to shift his career focus to sustainable industries, and is now pursuing his master’s degree focused in Renewable and Sustainable Energy from CU Boulder. Outside of class and work David enjoys playing basketball, biking, hiking, and talking all things motor sports. He’s also looking forward to learning to ski or snowboard this winter.

Quin O'Brien | Project Manager, Fleets and Infrastructure

Quin is DCC’s Project Manager for Fleets and Infrastructure. Quin has a wide background in the transportation / automotive industry, bringing a wealth of knowledge into the role. Previously with Fluid Truck, he gained direct experience transitioning fleets over from traditional carbon-fuel vehicles to zero-emission alternatives while also leading EV infrastructure efforts for the company. In this role, he was responsible for the build, implementation, and management of a charging depot equipped with both Level 3 and Level 2 chargers, utilizing Colorado State grants and local utility funding programs for project funding. Previous to that, Quin gained experience working at the manufacturer level for General Motors. Quin has a bachelor’s degree in automotive technology from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, is a very proud Colorado resident, and is passionate about the world of alternative-fuel transportation.

Desiree Moore | Community Engagement Coordinator

Desiree is the Community Engagement Coordinator at Drive Clean Colorado. Graduating from Colorado State University with a degree in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Global Environmental Sustainability in December 2022. Her internship with the former Northern Colorado Clean Cities sparked a passion for clean and equitable transportation where she began a career in the industry at NCCC after graduating. Now at Drive Clean Colorado, she leverages her knowledge and enthusiasm to champion clean and equitable transportation solutions throughout Colorado. Desiree is excited to join the DCC team to collaborate with communities and bridge the gap between them and clean transportation solutions.

AJ Samora | Regional Coordinator, South East Region

A.J. joined the Drive Clean Colorado team in August of 2023 as the Southeast Regional Project Coordinator. As a native of Pueblo, Colorado, AJ has been engaged with the community for several years through his customer and public relations work with the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce for such events as the Colorado State Fair, the Pueblo Chile and Frijoles Festival and the National Street Rod Association Car Show, while also attending Colorado State University Pueblo.

In addition, AJ worked to promote new Chamber business members to the Pueblo and surrounding communities through networking events such as Business After-Hours, Business During Lunch, and grand openings. He also has previous involvements in State Organizations as an expert IT and Media. His knowledge of social media and media marketing and his strong community relationships in the area are an asset in promoting a better understanding of the value of EVs and other forms of clean transportation in the region. AJ looks forward to his work with Drive Clean Colorado, with the goal of increasing awareness of clean transportation and EVs in the Southern Region of Colorado.

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Grace Taber | Project Coordinator, Infrastructure

Grace is a recent graduate from Colorado State University where she received her degree in Ecosystem Science and Sustainability with a double minor in Sustainable Energy and Political Science. Grace has a strong passion for understanding the interconnections between people, the environment, and sustainable innovation. In May of 2022, Grace studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark to learn more about the sustainable energy policy and initiatives implemented there. She is excited to work alongside DCC to explore the variety of projects and outreach they are doing to expand EV adoption and awareness throughout the state. In her free time, Grace enjoys going for walks on Colorado trails, trying new recipes, and reading outside.

Bonnie Trowbridge | Executive Director

Bonnie is the Executive Director of Drive Clean Colorado where she leads the charge toward achieving breathable air for everyone by advancing clean transportation and equitable mobility. Bonnie brings a deep knowledge of the market – from consumer EVs to alternative fuels to heavy-duty manufacturers and fleets, and a comprehensive understanding of the vehicle incentives arena across the U.S. – to her role. She is the co-chair for the Women of EVs Front Range chapter, and is a Board member of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Transit Enterprise Board. Her past experience includes nonprofit development and fundraising, grant writing and management, and events management, and she spent 11 years in public relations and marketing for Lightning eMotors, manufacturer of electric powertrains for medium- and heavy-duty buses and trucks. Her experience includes program management for CALSTART, a non-profit organization working to commercialize clean and efficient transportation solutions, where she led events such as a California policy summit, industry leader workshops, and utility engagement programs; and work she has worked as a development director for nonprofits in Denver and Washington, D.C.

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Steve Trowbridge | Fleets and Infrastructure Advisor

Steve Trowbridge, DCC’s fleets and infrastructure advisor, functions as a utility player for the team. With  decades of experience in almost every facet of the transportation industry, Steve brings insight and perspective about clean fuels and advanced technology. He spent over 15 years with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), starting as a snowplow driver and retiring as an eminent domain appraiser, testifying in courts as an expert witness on several occasions. While there, he also held positions that provided experience in the construction and planning of transportation infrastructure throughout the state. Steve holds a Class A Driver’s License with endorsements for Tankers and Double/Triple Trailers with experience operating, maintaining and repairing medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicles. Additionally, Steve was an integral part of a team representing the testing and development of hybrid trucks and buses. As such, he consulted and coordinated with both engineers and mechanics of a truck upfitter. He also helped develop maintenance plans and performed fleet analysis and training for advanced energy fleets. As Steve’s transportation career evolved, he became more aware of the industry impact on the air quality in Colorado and he developed a passion for finding solutions for cleaner air. Steve graduated Cum Laude from Regis University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. In his free time, Steve can be found searching for unusual specimens for his rock collection, playing his guitar and writing songs, and working on his garden.

Jenna Wyatt | Regional Coordinator, Denver Metro

Jenna is the Project Coordinator for the Denver Metro area at Drive Clean Colorado and came on to the team in August 2023. After completing her bachelor’s degree in 2019 and an internship with the City of Aspen, Jenna moved home to Denver to complete a Master of Environmental Management and Policy at the University of Denver. There, she assisted the Center for Sustainability, the Center for Community Engagement to advance Scholarship & Learning (CCESL), and the Metro Denver Nature Alliance.

She is delighted to join the DCC Team, where her passion for clean and equitable transit can thrive. In her free time, she can be found enjoying James A. Bible Park, searching for the ‘best’ coffee in Denver, and researching the history of Denver.

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