Jamie James is MKA’s director of marketing and communications. She has built a 15-year career in the field of marketing and communications primarily in the non-profit world. She has a history of representing healthcare professionals, educator administrators, and Michigan’s senior citizen population.
Jamie has a way with words that allows her to tell the stories of various groups, projects, and goals. This has resulted in an increase in grassroots advocacy efforts, brand awareness, organization recognition in the state legislature, and fund development.
Jamie has previously worked for the Michigan Optometric Association, Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, and the Michigan Pharmacists Association. She studied communications and psychology at Eastern Michigan University.
“Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life-think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.”– Swami Vivekananda
This team is responsible for some of our industry’s
most incredible firsts, including:
● The first Net-Zero energy, waste, and water solution demonstrated to the United Nations Peacekeeping forces in Nepal
● The first DoD Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of a mobile, hybrid-powered border security system to Egypt
● Introduction of advanced microgrid modeling tools to the U.S. Army’s Operational Energy Advisors
● The first off-grid solar microgrid of its size, providing 24/7 power to a Haitian village in Les Anglais, Haiti
● The first tender to be contracted by the Kenya Rural Electrification Authority to provide power for community stabilization
● The first off-grid environmental monitoring system for use by a major American power utility in the California desert
● The first mobile renewable energy systems deployed by the Federal Aviation Authority, used for runway monitoring
● The first groundbreaking analysis of the logistical flyaway package for an elite U.S. Special Operations Forces unit. This demonstrated that fuel consumption and generation equipment can be reduced 60% with properly designed and configured renewable energy production, management and storage.