SACE | Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Knoxville Office

Executive Assistant

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Michelle Powell

Michelle joined the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy as Executive Assistant in 2015 and is excited to be a part of the team that makes such a difference in our world. Most of her professional career has been in the non profit sector, most recently serving as the Executive Director of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra. Her varied background includes working in development, public [ MORE » ]

James Fall

James joined Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in June 2009. He handles Accounting, Human Resources and IT. Some of his key responsibilities include payroll, accounts payable, reconciliations, and general office management. James is a Southern California native and relocated to Eastern Tennessee with six other members of his family in 2009. He has a broad range of finance and accounting experience over the past [ MORE » ]

Lisa Petrosky

Lisa Petrosky joined Southern Alliance For Clean Energy in February 2010. She manages Accounting, Human Resources and IT. Lisa relocated to the Knoxville area with her family in 2006 from her native state, Michigan. She has an extensive background in Accounting, most recently as a Corporate Accountant for a local business here in Knoxville. Prior to that Lisa worked for a nonprofit agency that [ MORE » ]

Jennifer Stachowski

Jennifer joined SACE in March 2012. Her work in Accounting and Human Resources includes managing accounts payable, reconciliations and general administration duties. The majority of Jennifer’s experience in accounting and finance comes from her background in the banking industry. Originally from Michigan, she relocated to Knoxville in 2008 with her family. Jennifer is currently studying at Strayer University where she is working on earning [ MORE » ]

Angela Garrone

Angela is SACE’s Energy Research Attorney and works primarily on coal retirement issues in the TVA area as well as on energy policies and climate change regulations across the Southeast. She previously worked with the Solar Electric Power Association in Washington, D.C., after finishing a year long legal intern position at the Environmental Protection Agency’s headquarters. She completed a year in George Washington University’s [ MORE » ]