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Jon Miller

Executive Director

Jon Miller started his solar career in 2002 serving as OSEIA's Executive Director until 2008. Jon was successful at developing OSEIA into the organization it is today. Programs that Jon developed that still exist today include the NW Solar Expo which has developed into the Oregon Solar Energy Conference and the Solar Technical Statewide Training Program. In addition, Jon was successful in OSEIA's policy and regulatory mission's during that time.

Since his departure from OSEIA in 2007, Jon went on to develop utility scale PV projects around the US for enXco and REC Solar. Jon recently served on the board of directors for OSEIA before accepting the position as Executive Director for OSEIA.


Craig Ernst

Development Director

I started my solar career in 2007 with OSEIA; this is what I do. Blessings, namaste ~*~


Meghan Barrier Craig

Program Manager

Meghan has twelve years of community organizing and public outreach experience in various environmental fields.  Her current work for OSEIA and Solar Oregon includes program management, workforce development, and learning as much about solar energy as possible.

In the past, Meghan served as a consultant for OSEIA, Green Building Services and Northwest SEED helping with program management, sustainability curriculum development, and low-income solar research.  She also managed Solarize Washington campaigns and provided feasibility evaluation of renewable energy projects while at Northwest SEED in Seattle. Prior to diving into renewable energy, Meghan was an Interpretive Park Ranger and Climate Change Educator at the North Cascades National Park in Stehekin, WA. Meghan holds a B.S. in Marketing and International Business from Penn State and a Masters in Public and International Affairs, Environmental Policy from Virginia Tech. For her commitment to public service and social justice, Meghan received the Government and International Affairs Founding Faculty Award for demonstrating the ideals of community engagement, public service, and social justice. Meghan also received a prestigious fellowship (C2C-Campus-to-Congress) from the Bard Center for Environmental Policy for emerging leaders in climate change.

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