Marna Paintsil Anning

Marna Paintsil Anning (she, her, hers) joined TURN in 2022 as a Staff Attorney focusing on energy affordability, consumer protection, and climate justice issues. Prior to joining TURN, Marna worked

Xochitl Montano

Xochitl joined TURN in February 2022 as the Northern California Organizer. She was born and raised in San Francisco. Early in life she learned about racial, gender, economic and other

Adria Tinnin

Adria Tinnin joined TURN in March 2022 as Race Impact Policy Analyst. Adria examines TURN’s policies, practices and positions on utility-consumer advocacy work to eradicate structural and/or institutional racism that

Charlayne Wright

Charlayne Wright joined TURN as executive assistant in September 2020.  An experienced administrative and executive assistant, Charlayne supports the Executive Director and other staff members by coordinating internal TURN activities

Brenda D. Villanueva

Brenda D. Villanueva joined TURN in October 2020 as a Telecom and Regulatory Attorney.  A seasoned regulatory attorney and government professional, Brenda draws on her regulatory, congressional, and legislative government

Camille Stough

Camille Stough is new to TURN but not to energy law or climate justice advocacy.  Camille has been working on energy issues since she first joined her law school’s environmental

Constance Slider Pierre

Constance Slider Pierre joined TURN on May, 1 2019 as the organizing director. She has spent more than 15 years organizing, managing, and directing grassroots community, and labor-organizing campaigns. Constance

Jennifer Dowdell

Jennifer Dowdell joined TURN as an energy analyst in March 2019.   She comes to TURN with an extensive background in utility regulation, financial services, and financial modeling. She will be

David Cheng

David Cheng joined TURN in July of 2017, and works out of TURN’s San Diego office. He came to TURN with a robust background in energy, finance, and technology, and

Katy Morsony

Staff Attorney/ Katy Morsony joined TURN as staff attorney in September of 2018.  An experienced litigator, Katy will be representing consumers in key energy cases at the CPUC, including wildfire