- University of California, Davis
Anna Espitallier serves as a Program Manager for the National Center for Sustainable Transportation. Ms. Espitallier administers research grant calls for proposals, coordinates external review efforts, and facilitates a wide array of program management activities in the areas of research, education, engagement, and outreach for the National Center for Sustainable Transportation and Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Centers. Ms. Espitallier contributes to proposal administration and program management activities for the ITS-Davis Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) research program. Additionally, Ms. Espitallier serves as Program Manager for the City and County Pavement Improvement Center.
Before joining ITS-Davis, Ms. Espitallier served as Project Manager for ADM Associates, Inc., managing commercial and industrial energy efficiency program evaluations for public utilities in California, Nevada, and the Midwest. Ms. Espitallier performed statistical sampling, program-level analysis, managed data collection, and reported findings, recommendations, and process improvements in annual reporting efforts. Ms. Espitallier previously worked as an analyst for ADM, conducting metered data analysis to determine project-level gross savings impacts for lighting and refrigeration energy efficiency measures.
Ms. Espitallier earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Sonoma State University.