As IMT’s Managing Director, Lotte guides the organization’s growth and leads the implementation of its multi-year strategic plan. She oversees internal operating systems and processes with an eye on both the big-picture level and the tactical level.
Most recently, Lotte was working as the Vice President for Business Development and Operations for an international water and energy efficiency implementation company where she developed market entry strategy, programs, and business opportunities. Prior to that, Lotte served as IMT’s Chief Operating Office and was an analyst for the Maine Public Utilities Commission, focusing on electric utility rate cases, energy procurement, and electric reliability issues, and helping run a residential energy efficiency and clean energy program. She has also worked in scientific research and as a project manager for CESiaK, a Mexican environmental organization.
Lotte first became interested in energy efficiency while living in Mexico and relying exclusively on solar and wind power for water pumping and electricity. She is a graduate of Wellesley College and holds an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.