Ann Brewster Weeks has worked with CATF since its inception in 1996. She is widely recognized for her work as a litigator representing nonprofit environmental and health organizations in administrative proceedings and in Federal court, as part of a campaign to reduce pollution from and mitigate the climate change impacts of electric generating stations.
Prior to joining CATF, Ms. Weeks worked as an attorney with the Energy Program at Conservation Law Foundation, and as an Associate with the Energy and Environmental practice at Dickstein, Shapiro, LLC, in their Washington, D.C. office. She also has a previous 10 year career in environmental and land use planning, culminating in a position as an Assistant Director of City-County Planning for Durham North Carolina.
Ann holds a J. D. from the School of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was an editor of the North Carolina Law Review. She also holds an S.M. with a thesis on technology and policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a B.S. from Boston University in Engineering, with a minor concentration in Chemistry.