Bristol Community College’s National Offshore Wind Institute to host virtual speaker seriesEquity in the Offshore Wind Industry on August 3 
With the development of the wind industry in Massachusetts coming closer to reality, the creation of this new industry brings with it a great opportunity and responsibility to build this sector with equity in mind, from the start. In response, Bristol Community College’s National Offshore Wind Institute (NOWI), will host the virtual speaker series Equity in the Offshore Wind Industry, beginning on Tuesday, August 3, from 9 to 10 a.m

Join Bristol’s NOWI on August 3 to listen to offshore wind energy professionals discuss their experiences and learn from their successful pathways in thindustry. The series will highlight ways to promote diversity in the offshore wind industry, while also focusing on equity support and recruitment in this emerging sector.

The virtual event will feature speakers Cynthia Brown, Ph.D., Head of Training, Service Americas, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Inc.Bethany Clarke, U.S. Offshore Wind Localization Leader, GE Renewable Energy; Julia Ren JacksonOffshore Permitting AnalystMayflower Wind Energy, LLCRachel PachterChief Development OfficerVineyard Wind and Amanda Schoen, U.S. Policy Specialist, Global Public Affairs, Marketing and Communications, Sustainability & Public Affairs, Vestas. 
To register, or for more information about the National Offshore Wind Institute Speaker Series: Equity in the Offshore Wind Industry, on Tuesday, August 3, please visit

Bristol Community College is leading the region in offshore wind workforce development initiatives through the college’s National Offshore Wind Institute, an innovative, industry-focused institute with strategies to accelerate and support the next generation of workforce and supply chain for the wind energy sector.

For more information about Bristol Community College’s National Offshore Wind Institute (NOWI), please visit