Oana Leahu-Aluas leads and supports work focused on ways the transportation sector can be a solution for our environmental and social challenges. As a member of the Sustainable Transportation Practice, she collaborates with clients to advance transportation electrification, create resources to guide sustainability initiatives, and foster effective collaboration among stakeholders. Oana supports electric vehicle readiness planning and charging infrastructure deployment, conducts research and develops guidance to advance sustainability at airports, and facilitates workshops to promote information exchange and sharing of successful practices.
Prior to Cadmus, Oana enhanced waste and recycling programs at federal buildings, coordinated recycling competitions, promoted energy efficiency within the District of Columbia, facilitated solar electric system installations, and supported sustainability planning at Yale University. Her varied background allows her to provide expertise on projects from municipal climate plans to building energy reduction competitions.
Oana holds a Master of Arts in Global Environmental Policy from American University and a Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional with Operations and Maintenance specialty.