The Virginia Clean Cities nonprofit is served by a dedicated and skilled Board of Directors from all areas of the Commonwealth. The board has oversight over the general organizational structure of Virginia Clean Cities and is made up of stakeholders in good standing who have made significant contributions to the Clean Cities effort in Virginia.
Sustainability Coordinator, City of Roanoke
Deputy Secretary Commerce and Trade, Commonwealth of Virginia
Creative Director, Birch Studio Bio
David Robinson is the Founder and Creative Director of Birch Studio. Decades of experience providing creative and technical solutions. Known for simplifying the complex. Process-oriented for consistency and scalability. People-oriented in relationships and problem solving. Building and supporting brands in the clean energy and real estate sectors.
David developed the Flux Report, a one-pager that presents data for various clean energy technologies and presents them in a visually-engaging format. The Flux Report was adopted by a dozen Clean Cities Coalitions for co-branding and distribution.
He earned a BS in Architecture from the University of Maryland, has advanced knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and is proficient in HTML, CSS and PHP and WordPress development.
David is an executive board member of Virginia Clean Cities, finds deep satisfaction on a mountain bike, and works to make a more sustainable lifestyle easier for everyone.
Director of Energy Solutions and Clean Energy, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
Director of Research Development & Promotion, James Madison University Bio
Mr. Delp serves on the Commonwealth of Virginia Information Technology Summit (COVITS) Advisory Board, volunteers on the Harrisonburg Walk to End Alzheimer’s Planning Committee, and leads an annual Thanksgiving food drive in support of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. He is a graduate of James Madison University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science as an Honors Scholar, and Master of Public Administration as a Fellow with the Institute for Infrastructure and Information Assurance.
Fleet Manager, City of Chesapeake Bio
President, Phillips Energy Bio
Electrification Manager, Dominion Energy
Regional Manager, Eastern Region for Clean Energy
Regional Director, Drive Electric Tidewater
Director of Government Affairs, Hunton Andrews Kurth
Chief Development and Government Affairs Officer, The Port of Virginia
Director of Government Affairs, Virginia Natural Gas
Business Development Manager, VEIC
Retired Energy Program Coordinator, Virginia Department of Energy
A native of Petersburg, Virginia, Jones graduated with a bachelor degree in Economics from Southern Methodist University and was subsequently awarded a Master of Urban Planning by the University of Virginia and an MBA from the College of William and Mary.
Robin worked as an energy program manager for many years at Virginia Department of Energy. With a strong business management background, Robin brings over 30 years of experience in federal grant management. Her knowledge of alternative fuels, green fleets, electric vehicles and federal programs was unmatched. Her division has expertly advised state agencies, nonprofit organizations, local government fleets and industry partners for many years.
Communities all over Virginia have been improved due to her work in advancing emission-reducing alternative fuels such as propane, ethanol and biodiesel. In recent years, she has led efforts in electric vehicle infrastructure deployment, working directly with the U.S. Department of Energy.
On December 16, 2021, Virginia Clean Cities recognized Robin Jones with Virginia Energy Public Service Award to honor her decades of commitment to advancing clean transportation in the Commonwealth. Now retired from state service, Robin resides in Richmond and is active in public service on a volunteer basis.
Sales Director, Renewable Energy & Sustainability Strategies, Electratherm