Consultant, Speaker, Writer
Principal, Adamantine Energy
Tisha Schuller splits her time between writing, consulting, and public speaking. Her experience spans environmental consulting, company advocacy, policy, politics, and academia. As principal and founder of Adamantine Energy, Schuller works to transform energy policy and politics around the world. Schuller serves as strategic advisor to Stanford University’s Natural Gas Initiative and is a non-resident fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University. In 2017 she chaired the Stanford NGI Symposium to reduce energy poverty in the developing world using natural gas. Previously, Schuller served as president and CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association and as principal and vice president with Tetra Tech, a national environmental consulting and engineering firm.
She has a BS in earth systems with and emphasis in geology from Stanford University. Schuller is proud to serve as the chair of the executive board of the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the American Red Cross, and serves on several boards including the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the Butterfly Pavilion, the Breakthrough Institute, and is a member of the National Petroleum Council, an advisory board to the Secretary of Energy under both the Obama and Trump administrations.
Schuller’s book, Accidentally Adamant will be published in April 2018.