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Lielle  Berman

Name: Lielle Berman

Address:123 Main Street, White Plains 10601 United States

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New York Power Authority

Multi-faceted sustainability, project management, and education professional with six+ years of experience in the energy industry. 15 years self-employed as freelance performing arts and personal coaching business operator. Strengths include project design and implementation, change management, relationship building, research, analysis, marketing and presentation skills.


-New York Power Authority-
Sustainability Project Coordinator
Jan 2016 – Present
Coordinate company-wide alignment with Sustainability policies and initiatives. Responsible for managing employee engagement and workplace practices programs, sustainability communications and campaign initiatives, sustainability training and educational resources, event design/production, business process assessments, and the Workplace Charging Program for employee-owned electric vehicles. Overseeing EVSE infrastructure project to install EV charging stations for Fleet, employee and visitor use across all NYPA sites.

Project Coordinator - Corporate Communications
Jan 2016 – Jun 2016
Communications project coordinator, specializing in sustainability and employee engagement; develop/produce programs to engage and educate employees on issues relating to environmental, social and personal sustainability, as well as cultivate a culture of corporate responsibility company-wide.

Department Administrator and Green Team Chair (Sustainability)
Jul 2013 – Dec 2015
Department Administrator and Assistant to the Executive Vice President/General Counsel. Chair of the Sustainablity Department Green Team (Employee Engagement and Educational Outreach).

-St. Thomas Episcopal Church-
Soprano Soloist
1997 – Present

-Private voice studio-
Voice Teacher & Vocal Skills Consultant
2003 – 2013
• Voice teacher: provided individual instruction in vocal technique, performance, and interpretation (singing and speaking). Analyzed and assessed behaviors and physiological issues pertaining to vocal production and communicative expression. Engaged comprehensive techniques to effectively reconfigure and strengthen students’ communicative abilities.

• Vocal Skills Consultant: provided group coaching and workshops in fundamental communication skills such as public speaking/presenting, acting, teaching, storytelling, lecturing, and sales. Focused on coordination of the voice as a tool to convey non-verbal meaning.

-The College of New Rochelle-
Guest Lecturer
2004 – 2011
Guest lecturer for Arts and Creativity course in the Graduate School for Education.

-Self Employed-
Classical Singer
1998 – 2011
Performed leading and supporting roles in operatic productions in the regional US and Europe, as well as concert performances in the orchestral, recital and chamber repertoire. Performances with companies such as New York City Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opéra National de Paris, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Pittsburgh Opera, and L'Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano, among others. Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions 2006 semi-finalist.

Principal Artist
2007 – 2010
Works performed: Flavio (Emilia); Cendrillon (Noemie); Candide (Cunegonde); Margaret Garner (Caroline); Die Zauberflöte (Pamina/Papagena); Partenope (Partenope); Britten's Les Illuminations; Vox Festival

New York Power Authority

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The New York Power Authority is the nation's largest state public power organization, with 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines. More than 70 percent of the electricity we produce is clean renewable hydropower.

NYPA is a leader in promoting energy efficiency, new energy technologies and electric transportation initiatives.

Our lower-cost power production and electricity purchases support hundreds of thousands of jobs throughout the state. Our business customers range from Fortune 100 giants competing in international markets to small manufacturing or service firms that are vital to local economies.

We sell power to government agencies; to community-owned electric systems and rural electric cooperatives; to job-producing companies; to private utilities for resale—without profit—to their customers; and to neighboring states, under federal requirements.

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