- Lynn Heller
Climate Access Fund
Lynn Heller is Founder and CEO of the Climate Access Fund, a Baltimore-based organization that raises social impact capital to reduce the energy burden of low-income Maryland residents through solar power.
Prior to launching the Climate Access Fund, Lynn Heller served as Vice President of the Abell Foundation, where she oversaw the foundation’s operations and managed the Foundation’s environmental grants portfolio. Before joining the Foundation, Ms. Heller worked as a strategic planning and management consultant to nonprofit organizations in Maryland for more than a decade, and launched start-up political and economic development initiatives in Indonesia, California, and Baltimore before becoming a consultant. Ms. Heller served for nine years as a founding member of the Baltimore Sustainability Commission, and is a former member of the Maryland Commission on Climate Change. Ms. Heller earned an M.A. in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a B.A. from Princeton University, cum laude. She lives in Baltimore with her husband and three children.