ACCCE Names Bianca Prade VP of Digital Media and Pat Cavanagh VP of Federal Affairs

July 23, 2009

ALEXANDRIA, Va., July 23 /PRNewswire/ — The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) today named Bianca Prade as vice president of digital media and Pat Cavanagh as vice president of federal affairs.

“As ACCCE’s mission has grown and our work has become more complex, we needed to expand our team to be sure that we have an effective voice in shaping energy and environmental policy both here in Washington and among our public audiences,” said Steve Miller, president and CEO of ACCCE. “Both Bianca and Pat have proven track records in their respective fields, and we are pleased to have them join our team as we advocate in support of sound policies that promote sustained environmental progress and economic prosperity.”

Prade previously served as vice president of web strategy and operations at the Newspaper Association of America, where she was responsible for leading the organization on web and information technology strategy, products and resources. Prior to that role, Prade served as director of content strategy for NavigationArts.

Prade received her undergraduate degree in English from the University of Maryland, and earned her master’s degree in Interactive Communications from American University.

Pat Cavanagh most recently served as legislative director for Congressman Mike Doyle (D-PA), where he focused on energy and environmental policy issues. Prior to that, Cavanagh served as director of constituent communications for Congresswoman Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), continuing in that role through her successful run for the U.S. Senate.

Cavanagh graduated from James Madison University with a degree in political science.


The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) is a non-profit, non-partisan partnership of companies involved in producing electricity from coal. Because coal is America’s most abundant energy resource, ACCCE supports energy policies that balance coal’s vital role in meeting our country’s growing need for affordable and reliable electricity with the need to protect the environment. ACCCE also advocates for the development and deployment of advanced clean coal technologies that will produce electricity with near-zero emissions. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA. For more information, visit www.cleancoalusa.org or www.americaspower.org

SOURCE American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity

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