Tamara Nameroff was named General Manager of Policy and Advocacy for Shell’s global Downstream and New Energies businesses in March 2016. In this role, she is responsible for articulating the interests of Shell’s refining, marketing alternative energies businesses in critical debates on climate change and energy, transport, fuels and environmental policy. She brings to the role extensive experience in science, government, policy and advocacy. Prior to joining Shell in 2008, she worked as a science policy fellow in the office of US Senator Joe Lieberman, as climate task force coordinator for President Bill Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development, and in various roles concerning science and technology at the American Chemical Society. In these assignments she worked on climate and energy policy, air and soil and groundwater issues, innovation policy, and chemicals management. At Shell, most recently as General Manager Product Stewardship, her accountabilities included advocacy and strategy on product-HSE and environmental health issues that required extensive cross-business collaboration as well as external engagement. Her PhD in environmental chemistry is from the University of Washington and her MBA is from the George Washington University. She is an avid violin player, traveler, scuba diver, gardener, and cook. Tamara lives with her husband, Erik Hagen, in Houston, Texas.