Program Associate, Superhot Rock Energy
Ann Garth joined CATF in 2022 as a Program Associate on the Superhot Rock Energy team. Her work supports the development and commercialization of superhot rock energy, an innovative deep-drilling geothermal technology which provides zero-carbon baseload power to further the renewable energy transition.
Prior to joining CATF, Ann worked at TDC, a nonprofit consulting firm. She helped other nonprofits develop strategic plans and financial models by identifying key questions, conducting research, and facilitating discussions.
Ann holds a BA with Honors in Systems Change and Environmental Policy from Brown University. Her honors thesis focused on how newspapers across the U.S. discuss renewable portfolio standards, a key renewable energy policy.