Senior Director
Xantha Bruso

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Xantha Bruso leads E3’s transportation electrification practice as a member of the firm’s Climate Pathways and Electrification group. She advises on projects to analyze the impact of transportation electrification on the electric grid, assess the costs and benefits of transportation electrification programs, and characterize the value of vehicle-grid integration. Prior to joining E3, Xantha served in a principal role at Cadmus, where she managed teams to conduct technical and policy analyses on transportation electrification planning projects, and to design, implement, and evaluate utility EV charging infrastructure programs. Prior to Cadmus, she led automated vehicle policy and partnerships at AAA Northern California, Nevada and Utah.

Xantha is passionate about decarbonizing transportation in a cost-effective and equitable manner so that all individuals can benefit from accessible, lower-carbon mobility.

When not working, Xantha enjoys cooking, mountain biking, and taking her two sons on road trips.

Education: MBA, Presidio Graduate School; MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; BA, Geography and Asian Studies, Dartmouth College