Christine Egan is the Executive Director and CEO of the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), an organization dedicated to energy efficiency in our appliances both on- and off-grid. Over 15 years of leadership, Egan has grown CLASP from a small program to a well-respected international non-profit organization with offices and teams around the world. Egan is an expert in consumer energy behavior and energy efficiency label design. Under her guiding vision, CLASP has served at the epicenter of collaborative and ambitious efforts to mitigate climate change and the global movement for clean energy access. Prior to leading CLASP, Egan worked at the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy and the Consortium for Energy Efficiency. She holds degrees from the University of Delaware and the George Washington University.