As Staff Attorney, Radina manages the Center’s regulatory and litigation docket, drafts public comments in the REV proceedings, and oversees the Center's rate case engagement, including coordinating the team's expert witness testimony and participation in hearings and settlements. Radina also prepares white papers and other reports on clean energy issues with the Center team.
One of Radina’s favorite activities is co-leading the Clean Energy Organizations Collaborative (CEOC) with the Center’s partners at the Alliance for Clean Energy-New York. CEOC is a coalition of 31 NGOs and renewable developers and associations who work together to speak as a unified voice in REV. Radina is also especially passionate for her engagement with the Energy Efficiency for All-New York coalition, through which the Center partners with other low-income and clean energy advocates to bring the benefits of efficiency and renewables to all of New York’s residents.
Radina holds a B.A. in psychology from UCLA and earned her J.D. and LL.M. from Pace Law School, with a focus on environmental and energy law. She is admitted to the New York State bar and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Prior to joining the Pace Energy and Climate Center as Staff Attorney, Radina worked in commercial litigation at Peska & Associates and managed a sustainable living program for community college students at Sustainable Works, a non-profit organization located in Santa Monica, California. Radina brings her passion for working with students to the Center, where she leads the Center’s law student intern program.
Outside of the office, Radina enjoys still photography, screenwriting, and occasionally winning at the Center’s intern board-game nights.