Dory Larsen

Electric Transportation Program Manager

Dory joined the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in 2017 and was named Electric Transportation Program Manager in 2020. She is working to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles by promoting the growth of electric vehicle ownership and supporting EV friendly policy and programs. Central to her work is educating and engaging stakeholders, identifying strategic policy to propel EV usage, and advocating for comprehensive EV infrastructure. She serves on the Board of Drive Electric Florida and Chairs the Tarpon Springs Sustainability Advisory Committee. 

Before joining SACE, Dory worked as an instructional trainer and as a science educator in the public-school system. She also led a community action campaign to keep massive development from changing the landscape of the Anclote River. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a Master of Public Health degree and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Florida Southern College. She is passionate about helping people see the strength in working collectively to solve problems. She is an avid reader and lover of the Florida sunshine where she and her husband are raising their two sons.

Dory's Recent Posts

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Time is Running Out to Catch the Electric School Bus

The 'Clean School Bus Rebate Program' will provide school districts with funds to purchase electric buses stems from the bipartisan infrastructure bill. The window to apply closes on August 19. Parents, teachers,…

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Secretary Granholm and Rep. Castor Discuss Opportunities with Local EV Proponents

Conversations between federal and local officials offer a welcomed opportunity to identify what is being done and what is needed to support an efficient, equitable and effective outlay of federal bipartisan infrastructure…

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Leon County, Florida: Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

Congratulations Leon County, Florida, the latest municipality to pass an EV-Ready policy, one of the most cost-effective strategies to increase infrastructure and enable access to home charging for more community members.

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