Founder & Chair, Board of Advisers
Alexander Lee lives in Concord, NH.He grew up in Brookline, MA, and Wolfeboro, NH, where his mother and grandmother both used a clothesline. (His mother sometimes still refers to herself as Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Beatrix Potter’s prickly washerwoman.)
After graduating from Vermont Law School in May of 2001, he was Assistant to the Commissioners at the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission, where he worked on energy efficiency programs. Mr. Lee also served as staff co-chair of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners’ (NARUC) Committee on Energy Resources & the Environment and was an active, regular participant in the New England Demand Response Initiative (NEDRI).
He did his undergraduate work at Middlebury College, studying at the Center for Northern Studies and participating in Green Corps’ Environmental Organizing Semester at the University of Montana-Missoula. He is also a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and The Fessenden School of West Newton, MA.
While in law school, he worked for the Vermont Secretary of State on political redistricting and nonprofit business forms. He also worked on reviewing the special appropriations to the Governor’s budget for the Joint Fiscal Council. His writing has been published in such places as The Catholic Worker and the Albany Law Environmental Outlook Journal.
For several years, Mr. Lee has led a group of teenagers on four week canoe trips in Northern Quebec. He loves to cook and cross-country ski in his free time.