Staff

Andrew deLaski

Andrew deLaski

Executive Director
adelaski@standardsasap.org
617-390-5334

Andrew deLaski is Executive Director of the Appliance Standards Awareness Project. At ASAP, he coordinates national advocacy efforts related to federal efficiency standards and advises state policymakers and advocates interested in state-level energy efficiency standards policy. He has coauthored and updated periodic national and state studies on savings potential from new appliance standards. Previously, he worked at the Consortium for Energy Efficiency and the State Public Interest Research Groups. He holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Michigan and a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia.

Marianne DiMascio

Marianne DiMascio

State Policy Manager
mdimascio@standardsasap.org
202-672-1389

Marianne DiMascio is the State Policy Manager for the Appliance Standards Awareness Project. Her primary role is to lead state standards development and provide technical assistance to state stakeholders. Marianne also builds support for appliance efficiency standards on both the federal and state level, building a coalition of supporters through outreach, education, and advocacy. Marianne is co-author of "The Efficiency Boom: Cashing In on Savings from Appliance Standards" and  "Ka-Boom! The Power of Appliance Standards". Marianne worked previously training health providers in developing countries and was Deputy Director of the Management Training Program at Management Sciences for Health. Marianne holds a Master in Education from Harvard University and a BA in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire.

 Jeremy Dunklin

Jeremy Dunklin

Technical Advocacy Associate
jdunklin@standardsasap.org

Jeremy Dunklin performs research and analysis to advance and defend appliance, equipment and lighting efficiency standards. He is interested in advancing standards capable of delivering large energy, water and monetary savings as well providing environmental and socioeconomic benefits. Prior to joining ASAP, Jeremy worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. His work focused on the development of novel material systems for solar fuel technologies. Jeremy received a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Arkansas in 2017 and a bachelor of science in engineering-physics from Southern Arkansas University in 2012.

 Brian Fadie

Brian Fadie

State Policy Associate
bfadie@standardsasap.org
202-672-1387

Brian Fadie is a state policy associate with the Appliance Standards Awareness Project. His primary role is to help organize and lead broad-based coalition efforts to advance, win, and defend new appliance, equipment, and lighting standards at the state level. Prior to joining ASAP, Brian lobbied and led advocacy campaigns to enact clean energy and energy efficiency policies at the state and local level. He holds a master of science in environmental policy and planning from the University of Michigan as well as a bachelor of science in psychology and bachelor of arts in communication from Michigan State University.

Joanna Mauer

Joanna Mauer

Technical Advocacy Manager
jmauer@standardsasap.org
202-672-1407

Joanna Mauer is the Technical Advocacy Manager for ASAP. She leads ASAP’s technical advocacy in U.S. Department of Energy rulemakings for efficiency standards for residential appliances and commercial and industrial equipment. She joined ASAP in 2010. Prior to joining ASAP, Joanna worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Center for Integrative Environmental Research. She also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic. Joanna earned a Master of Public Policy from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Science in civil and environmental engineering from Cornell University.

 Madeline Parker

Madeline Parker

Outreach and Coalition-Building Associate
mparker@standardsasap.org

Madeline Parker is an outreach and coalition-building associate at ASAP where she helps create awareness of and build support for national appliance efficiency standards through coalitional work and other advocacy efforts. She joined ASAP in 2021. Prior to joining ASAP, Madeline worked at the energy justice nonprofit organization NC WARN in North Carolina as a youth climate justice organizer. At NC WARN she conducted youth climate programming, campaign outreach and coalition building, and helped to manage local volunteers working on clean energy advocacy and initiatives. Madeline holds a bachelor of arts in English from Davidson College.

Kanchan Swaroop

Kanchan Swaroop

Technical Advocacy Associate
kswaroop@standardsasap.org
202-672-1388

Kanchan Swaroop is a Technical Advocacy Associate with ASAP. She advocates for improved national efficiency standards for various appliances and equipment. She also conducts analysis and provides technical support for ASAP’s state standards advocacy. She joined ASAP in 2020. Prior to joining ASAP, Kanchan worked as a project engineer at Air Liquide. Kanchan earned a Master of Science in environmental engineering, a Master of Science in environment and sustainability, and a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering all from the University of Michigan.