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
339-933-8140

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.

Joanna Mauer

Joanna Mauer

Technical Advocacy Manager
jmauer@standardsasap.org
505-508-2910

Joanna Mauer is the Technical Advocacy Manager for ASAP. She leads technical advocacy in a range of Department of Energy (DOE) regulatory proceedings for efficiency standards for residential appliances and commercial equipment. Prior to joining ASAP, Joanna was a Physical Scientist at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Before that, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Center for Integrative Environmental Research where she contributed to studies on energy efficiency in Maryland. Joanna also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic working on rural water and sanitation. She holds a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Maryland with a specialization in environmental policy. 

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Megan Geuss

Policy Associate for Water Efficiency
mgeuss@standardsasap.org
808-590-4168

Megan Geuss conducts research on water-using appliances and works to advance appliance standards at the state level.  She develops informational material and guides advocacy teams that aim to cut water waste in their region. Megan joined the Appliance Standards Awareness Project in 2019. Prior to joining ASAP, Megan worked as a journalist at Ars Technica, where she reported on energy science, grid-scale developments, and commercial innovations in the energy field. Before that, Megan worked as an editor at PC World and as a fact-checker for Wired Magazine. In grad school, she worked on grant-funded projects to price out energy generation investments and contributed to prize-winning case competition teams. Megan holds a Master of Science in Mineral and Energy Economics and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Economy and French.