Oct 5th, 2011 by sfs
SFS assistant professor of science, technology and international affairs (STIA) Joanna Lewis is in the spotlight. Each year, the Washingtonian produces a list of the 100 most powerful women in Washington. This year, Professor Lewis made the list of "Women to Watch" -- "These ladies may not have made the list of 100 most powerful women in Washington this year, but at the rate they’re going, they’ll land there soon enough!"
Joanna Lewis, 36, is an expert on energy and climate change. Her research has focused primarily on China—its wind-power industry development, the impact of climate change on Chinese security, and China’s relationship with the United States.
Lewis serves as an international advisor to the Energy Foundation’s China Sustainable Energy Program in Beijing and on the advisory board of the American Council on Renewable Energy’s US-China program. She has also consulted both nationally and internationally for organizations such as UNIDO and USAID.
See the full list of Women to Watch online or on newsstands in the October 2011 issue of the Washingtonian.