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Our People

ClearSky Solar Investments Board members from Left to Right

Neale Siebert BSc
Neale is an IT specialist and business analyst who advises businesses on technology investments that will improve efficiency and lower cost. His community leadership roles have included several terms as President of Manly Village Public School

Christina Kirsch PhD
Christina was educated in Germany culminating in the award of a PhD in 2006. Christina has lived and worked in Australia since 2005 as a consultant organisational psychologist. She is a long standing campaigner on environmental issues and founded the Northern Beaches Chapter of Clean Energy for Eternity. She was an elected councillor on Warringah Council from 2008-2012

Warren Yates BSc BE PhD
Warren is an emeritus professor at UTS. He was formerly Head of the School of Electrical Engineering at UTS. He established the Mosman Chapter of Clean Energy for Eternity in 2007 and was a member of the project team that undertook a feasibility study for a solar farm in Bega NSW with the support of a $100,000 federal government grant. He was an elected councillor on Mosman Council from 2008-2012

Kylien Hitchman BSc Psych Hons
Kylie has been an environmental activist for the past 35 years and has worked for Greenpeace and Climate Action Network Australia and as a journalist for 2SER Environment Matters and freelance reporter for ABCJJJ for the Rio Earth Summit. She has been a founding member of the Manly Warringah Climate Action Group and is an early adopter of solar panels. Professionally Kylie is a psychologist and works as a therapist and lecturer and trainer at the Australian Institute for Relationships Studies in the Professional Graduate Diploma and as an Associate Lecturer in Medical Ethics at UNSW.

Our Board is supported by a team of volunteer professionals who provide legal and accounting services as required and the members of the Northern Beaches chapter of Clean Energy for Eternity

You can listen to a Novemver 2019 podcast in which Carly Heaton from The Good Stuff interviews Warren and Christina about the ClearSky story here