Sustainable Energy Fund Announces Jocelyn Cramer, New Board Member


ALLENTOWN, PA., April 18, 2017 – Sustainable Energy Fund is proud to announce the addition of Jocelyn Cramer to the Board of Directors.

Jocelyn was born and raised in Dalton, Pennsylvania and attended The State University of New York in Binghamton, where she received a Bachelor of the Arts in Theatre. She went on to start her first theatre production company in Boston, directing or acting in every production while simultaneously leading all fundraising, marketing and publicity efforts for the fledgling company. Her previous experience includes starting the Ground Floor Theatre Lab as Executive Director, working as VP of Operations at a human resource company in midtown Manhattan, and administrative and project support for JP Morgan Chase. She now works as Executive Director for SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support).

“You can’t promote energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies in northeastern PA without working with the Sustainable Energy Fund,” said Jocelyn. “I have met and worked with some of their staff members for a couple years. Now, I am very excited to join their Board. I think we can help more businesses, farmers and non-profits in rural communities benefit from SEF programs and financing solutions.”

“Sustainable Energy Fund is excited to welcome Jocelyn to the Board of Directors,” said John Costlow, president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund. “We are looking forward to adding her expertise in the areas of sustainability, operations and marketing to our organization.”

About Sustainable Energy Fund
Sustainable Energy Fund (SEF), a nonprofit organization, assists energy users in overcoming financial, educational and regulatory barriers to a sustainable energy future. SEF provides a variety of services including financing energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects; educating the leaders of today and tomorrow to create a passion for sustainable energy; and representing the interests of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy in proceedings before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. Visit