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Xcel Energy

Meet our Mentor!

Stacey Simms
Position: Senior Portfolio Manager in EV Fleet Strategies

Stacey works at Xcel Energy as a Senior Portfolio Manager in EV Fleet Strategies. She is responsible for electric vehicle programs in the transportation sector, such as mass transit vehicles and fleets for businesses, communities, and other organizations. Xcel Energy produces electricity that powers electric vehicles, which can travel more than 200 miles on a single charge. By decreasing the transportation industry’s carbon emissions, Stacey helps the company achieve its goal of delivering 100% carbon-free electricity to customers by 2050. She earned a Master of Science degree in Management from Regis University and served nearly 4 years in the Peace Corps in El Salvador. Stacey is a proud mom of 5-year-old twins and a COVID puppy named Onyx.

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Virtual Clubhouse

Clubhouse Chat and Q&A

Clubhouse Mentors share their inspirations and amazing achievements, and answer your questions about their jobsWe're excited to offer ASL and Spanish interpretation for our on-demand Clubhouse Chats.

Clubhouse Chat and Q&A with Stacey Simms
Original Broadcasting Date: Thursday, March 4, 2021 

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Try it at home!

We may not be getting together in person this year, but you won’t miss a thing.

Activity Demonstration:
Charge it up! 

Activity Instructions (English and Spanish)

Additional Girls & Science Engagement

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science and CBS4 are excited to host the seventh annual Girls & Science event. Explore the many diverse opportunities a future career in science, technology, engineering, arts and math can bring. Girls (and all kids!) and their families will connect and engage with women mentors in STEAM careers through virtual engagement and presentations and hands-on activities anyone can do from home.  Ignite your passion for science! 

Continue the engagement at www.dmns.org/girlsandscience.

Follow the fun at #girlsandscience 

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