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Marty Pickett is a Managing Director, Trustee, and General Counsel of Rocky Mountain Institute, an entrepreneurial nonprofit “think-and-do tank” that drives the efficient and restorative use of resources. A 19-year veteran at RMI, Marty focuses on the Institute’s advancement in alliances, funding, and governance as well as general strategy and legal counsel.
Prior to joining RMI in 1998, Marty practiced land use planning and land use and real estate law in Denver and Aspen Colorado. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Center for the Environment at Catawba College in North Carolina, the international jury of the Dutch Postcode Lottery’s Green Challenge prize, and the People and Planet advisory board of IKEA.
EDUCATION & AWARDS
Masters Degree in Community Development and Planning, College of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado, Denver
JD in environmental law, University of Denver
Authored Blog Posts
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and Carbon War Room (CWR) are pleased to announce the selection of our joint project proposal, Operation: LeaderShip, by the Dutch Postcode Lottery (DPL) for a €1,000,000 award.
At last week’s Green Challenge, the largest annual and international green business plan competition, hosted and funded by the Dutch Postcode Lottery, the jury was presented with five worthy finalists, chosen from nearly 400 entries from 57 countries.
Want to be inspired? Need some optimism about our ability to kick the carbon emissions habit? Wonder if there are any new, innovative ideas that could create real change?
An organization working on such a vital mission as RMI’s needs an innovative, game-changing leader. That was a top priority for RMI’s Board of Trustees when it embarked on a global search for a new CEO. Jules Kortenhorst emerged as the clear choice.
Rocky Mountain Institute turns 30 this year—an important milestone for us. RMI has long been an essential voice and player in energy and resource efficiency. Today, green buildings, energy efficiency, and renewables are commonly recognized topics. In 1982? Not so much.