Ann Davlin

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"As managing director, Bayberry Green Fund, a division of Bayberry Capital Group, Ann led the team to establish the fund’s structure and oversaw deal flow and capital raise. She created a $100,000,000 site pipeline, raising capital from pension funds, high net worth individuals and institutional investors.

"For three years, Ann ran Davlin Development Group, a consulting firm that worked with individuals and institutions to source and develop brownfield real estate opportunities domestically and internationally. Ann advised on remediation and site reuse including raising capital, using government and tax incentives, obtaining environmental insurance, innovative technologies and land reuse.

"Ann served for six years as Director, Government Programs, at AIG Environmental, where she worked with military, developers, communities and government officials to use environmental insurance as a tool to address financial security and assure the remediation and reuse of former government sites.

"She was the tri-state brownfield coordinator for the Regional Plan Association and has extensive experience with state and federal regulators. She served on the New York State Brownfields Pocantico Roundtable, which devised the NYS initial brownfields legislative strategy. Ann also was the special assistant for environmental projects to Senator Al Gore, and served in both the White House and the Department of Defense creating and implementing environmental policy.

"Her Board and Advisory Committee appointments include: Fuel:Bio Holdings, LLC, Green-Links, the parent of Green Drinks USA; and The FD Element Agency; Steering Committee for Clean Economy Network. She holds an MPA in Environmental Policy from Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs. She is an adjunct teacher at the Columbia University Center for Environmental Research (CERC), and has lectured at Yale School of Architecture and New York University Wagner School." [1]

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  1. Executive Team, Carbon War Room, accessed March 16, 2011.