SAN DIEGO, CA - Endera, a technology company specializing in all-electric commercial vehicles, charging infrastructure and software solutions, today announced the addition of Mary Kathryn Campbell as Director of Government Relations.
In this newly created role, Ms. Campbell will lead a team that helps shape policy and legislation to promote the company's business objectives, including vehicle emissions, the environment, technology, electric shuttle buses and medium-duty trucks. Ms. Campbell will also identify multiple funding opportunities across different states that have adopted California's Zero-Emission Vehicle standard and work to support policies to accelerate the proliferation of commercial electric vehicles.
Ms. Campbell brings over 20 years of experience in publishing, policy advocacy, strategic planning, communications, labor, and management. Ms. Campbell has worked extensively with mission-based organizations focused on environmental sustainability and technological solutions to tackle climate change. She served as Project Manager at CALSTART, where she was on the originating team for the Hybrid Vehicle Incentive Program (HVIP) and coordinated with the policy director and CEO on integrating communications strategies and policy initiatives. Additionally, while at Plug In America, Ms. Campbell managed National Drive Electric Week (NDEW), the largest gathering of electric vehicles (EVs) and EV enthusiasts in the world.
"We are thrilled to have MK lead our talented team of government relations professionals and thank her for her leadership since joining Endera. She brings with her a breadth of knowledge, expertise, and familiarity in policy and government relations, along with a vision for the industry's future. As Endera continues to grow and spread its message of creating a more sustainable future through the adoption of high quality commercial electric fleet vehicles, we must build meaningful relationships and work alongside policymakers and other government agencies to ensure change is happening at the government level,” said John Walsh, Endera's Chief Executive Officer.