The Genesee Region Clean Communities Board of Directors
Anne E. Spaulding, President
Anne Spaulding has been the President of GRCC since 2013 and currently serves as the Manager of Environment and Sustainability in the City of Rochester Department of Environmental Services. Ms. Spaulding has been with the City of Rochester since 1993. She is responsible for the development, implementation and management of the city's environmental sustainability programs, including the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant program, and other climate protection initiatives the city is undertaking. Ms. Spaulding is also responsible for the management of the city's environmental compliance and stormwater pollution prevention programs.
Bob Barker,Vice President
Robert W Barker has served on the board since 1998. He is a retired Monroe County Fleet Manager. He was one of the original founders of the GRCC Coalition. Prior to that, he worked for Eastman Kodak Co. as department maintenance manager and retired in 1991 with twenty-seven years of service. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force 1960 - 1964.
Alan Blood, Treasurer
Alan Blood has been involved in Genesee Region Clean Communities since the first gatherings in 1995 and is currently the Treasurer. He is proudly
employed by the City of Rochester fleet and considers GRCC the perfect way to combine automotive enthusiasm and the need to "do the right thing."
James Winebrake, Secretary
James J. Winebrake, PhD, has served on the Board since 2002. He is currently Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. Dr. Winebrake formerly worked for the U.S. Department of Energy and conducts research on the energy and environmental impacts of alternative fuel vehicle use.
Kristy Mooney Graves
Kristy Mooney Graves is an administrator at the Monroe Community College Applied Technologies Center, where she has worked since 2004. Her emphasis there is primarily with the Automotive Technology Department.
She attended RIT and obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2000 and then earned a Master’s in Higher Education Administration from Florida State University in 2002.
Prior to joining the staff at MCC, she worked at her alma mater, RIT, from 2002-2004 in the Academic Support Center
Kristy is an advocate for people of every age learning a trade and mastering crafts they are passionate about.Through her role at MCC, she has been an invaluable partner in helping the GRCC sponsor very successful Odyssey Day celebrations in 2008, 2010 and 2012.
Her favorite hobbies are travel, reading, and laughing. She resides in Henrietta with her husband Jeremy and their mischief-filled dog, Tucker Max.
Beth Hasebe has many years of experience as a (FORD) fleet sales manager in Rochester, NY specializing in government and commercial sales. Beth presently serves in this capacity at Henderson Ford (Minority-Owned Business Enterprise) in Webster, NY. Beth also serves as a board member for the Friends of Pittsford Community Library.
David Keefe , Coordinator
David Keefe has been the Coordinator of the GRCC since July 2007. Prior to that, he was a member of the Board of Directors from 1996-2007. From 1995 to 2005, he was the Director of Fleet Services for the City of Rochester NY and in that capacity developed a program for AFVs, which included CNG and electric vehicles. He served a total of 33 years in local government service in the Rochester area. including experience in public works, budget and parkingsystem administration. He has extensive experience in strategic planning and quality management.
Peter Lawrence currently serves as the Director of Transportation for the Fairport Central School District and has held progressively responsible positions in the transportation field since 1988. He has been with the Fairport district since 1997.
He holds the following degrees: A.A.S. in Automotive Technology, B. S. in Managing Human Resources, M.S. in Management and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in School Business Administration. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate at the University of Rochester and is pursuing his Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) degree specializing in K-12 Educational Leadership.
Peter has authored numerous articles for trade publications in the transportation industry. He is also a nationally Certified Director of Pupil Transportation (CDPT). He has presented to transportation professionals in Belgium, Canada, China, India, and Turkey at International conferences.
He has received numerous awards during his career, including the “Art Schock Award” in 2006, he the School Transportation News and NAPT’s “Leadership Award ” in 2007 and was featured in School Bus Fleet Magazine’s November issue of the most fascinating personalities for 2009. Most recently, in 2011, the National Association recognized him for Pupil Transportation with their “Distinguished Service Award.”
His hobbies include spending time with his family, riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, reading, and writing articles that focus on helping to make other peoples’ lives a little bit easier.
Amy Lopez is the Director of Business Development and GoElectricDrive for the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA). EDTA is embarking upon an exciting national education and awareness campaign to enable mass-‐market adoption of electric drive vehicles by consumers. Her chief responsibilities include developing and executing fundraising, communications, and campaign strategy, achieving organizational objectives, and managing the vital relationships with partners, stakeholders and funders.
Amy brings in-‐depth experience and a diversified background that spans from technical positions and sales in her early career, to founding a communications and business consulting firm. Her company created highly effective brands, communication platforms, business development strategies, public awareness campaigns and educational materials for clients in the energy, automotive, bioscience and not for profit sectors. She produced a number of national-‐award-‐ winning corporate film and interactive projects that promoted public awareness of sustainability, energy, and social issues.
Amy is an active volunteer, serving on the Leadership Advisory Council for Pathstone Corporation, past Board Member of Melissa’s Living Legacy Foundation, and past member of The Clinton Global Initiative. As an avid horsewoman, she facilitates horseback riding opportunities for disadvantaged adults and children and provides foster care and rehabilitation to neglected and abused horses.
Michael Moser, CAFM, has served on the GRCC board since 2006.He is founder and President of MyFleetDept.com, a fleet management service providing consulting, project management, training and administrative services for organizations operating vehicle and equipment fleets. They have an Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) division, providing sales, design, installation, management and maintenance services for EV charging hardware and software throughout Western New York.
From 2001 to 2010, Mike held the Director, Fleet and Purchasing position with Lewis Tree Service, responsible for a $50 M purchasing budget and a fleet of more than 4300 assets operating in 23 states and Canada. Mike was Fleet Manager for Rural/Metro Medical Services' Rochester, NY operation from 1994 to 2001. Early in his career, Mike had diverse management responsibilities within the automotive, truck and towing industries.
Mike earned his Certified Automotive Fleet Manager(CAFM) certification from NAFA, business management curriculum from St. John Fisher College and various technical certifications from Monroe Community College Applied Technologies.
In addition to the Clean Cities program, Mike is a member of the Rochester Transportation Council and involved with various fleet committees and alternative fuel related projects.
He is currently the Fleet Manager of the County of Monroe and has significant experience in fleet operations. He oversees a diverse fleet of AFVs and manages a Green Fueling Station with a variety of green fuels. He has been a champion of AFVs for several years. In 2011, the Monroe County fleet was named the #2 Green Government Fleet in the US.