Brian Trice, Coordinator
Brian has been with the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition since 2011. Brian was a board member from 2011-2015, and took over the Coordinator role in late 2015 when the coalition was re-located to Linn-Benton Community College’s Advanced Transportation Technology Center where he is currently the Manager of Alternative Fuels for Transportation. Since 2010 Brian has been actively involved in transforming the transportation industry towards Energy Independence. From his first conference "Alternative Energy Workshop" Mr. Trice created the International Green Transportation Conferences series that expanded into Surrey, BC, Denver, Washington, Oregon and California. His new creation is the Green Transportation Summit and Expo series. The combined conferences have reached over 5000 transportation professionals during this span. Brian has successfully brought International recognition to the alternative fuels movement to bring technology and fleet managers together. By focusing on Technology, Infrastructure, Economics, and Incentives. Brian has been able to create an event that focuses on over-coming barriers to resistance, offering consumers the opportunity to ask questions of Original Engine Manufacturers (OEMS), dispel the myths and rumors, and experience the true performance of alternative fueled vehicles. Brian’s mission is ‘To bring technology experts to the grassroots population"
Susan Giles, Accountant
Susan works as our third-party accountant to promote transparency with CWCCC’s fund expenditures, grant work, and accounting practices. Susan works part-time for approximately 20 hours a month for the coalition.