Clean Fuel Partnership Director
Rebecca Otte has served as the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership Director since 2007. Prior to moving to New Orleans in 2003, Rebecca worked for four years as a staff engineer and project manager for an environmental consulting firm in Huntington Beach, California, where her projects included environmental site assessments, underground storage tank removals and closures, aboveground tank installations, and environmental risk assessment and remediation of contaminated sites. Rebecca has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Valparaiso University and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of New Orleans. She also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, West Africa, in the water and sanitation division.
Clean Fuel Partnership Project Coordinator
Courtney Young earned her B.A at Louisiana State University in Mass Communications with a minor in Disaster Science and Management. She has worked with LaHouse Home and Landscape Resource Center, Green Light New Orleans, and Up2Us Sports as an AmeriCorps volunteer who promoted student health and academic success. She is currently in the Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program at the University of New Orleans studying Land Use/Urban Design and Transportation. As a part of the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership, she assists with the implementation of the Clean Fuel Transition Fund for Public Fleets, helps coordinate local events, and supports the Clean Fuel Partnership’s outreach efforts.