Amy Ellsworth Promoted to Vice President of Energy Services at Cadmus

Amy Ellsworth

WALTHAM, Mass., October 5, 2023 —Cadmus, a leading provider of technical and strategic expertise to governments, energy utilities, and private sector companies worldwide, has appointed Amy Ellsworth to the role of vice president of the firm’s Energy Services Division.

Ellsworth is an experienced energy professional who brings invaluable knowledge to this role, having served as a principal at Cadmus since 2007. Ellsworth has an extensive background in analyzing energy markets and policy as well as designing and evaluating energy efficiency and other demand-side management programs. She leads projects that help Cadmus’ utility, government, and private-sector clients achieve extraordinary results in demand-side management, renewable energy, climate change, and other sustainability efforts.

“I am delighted to see Amy transition into this new role,” said Andrea Marr, leader of Cadmus’ Energy Services Division. “In her more than a decade as a valued member of the Cadmus team, Amy has consistently demonstrated exceptional dedication, expertise, and leadership. As vice president, she will continue to build on her outstanding work, driving growth and innovation within Cadmus and maintaining our commitment to delivering best-in-class service to our clients.”

Ellsworth holds a master’s degree in environmental policy and management from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.

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