As Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs with ENGIE North America Sarah Bresolin focuses on renewable and low carbon energy policy in the Northeast U.S. and Canada at the state/provincial and federal levels as well on wholesale market design and policy before multiple Independent System Operators. Prior to joining ENGIE Sarah was Assistant Attorney General in the Energy Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office where she focused on wholesale market design and litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. She was previously counsel to the Massachusetts state energy regulator where she was engaged in rate design and service quality standards. Sarah served in the Obama Administration as Assistant Chief Counsel for the Small Business Administration representing small business interests in international trade negotiations and in the federal environmental regulatory and legislative processes. Sarah currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association and the Canadian Renewables Energy Association, and is an officer with the New England Power Pool. Prior to moving to the U.S. Sarah worked for Global Affairs Canada. She received a Bachelors degree in Political Science from Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, a Juris Doctor degree from Western in Ontario, and a Masters of Law degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.