Representative Pam Marsh, D-Ashland, serves as a legislator and Chair of the House Committee on Energy and the Environment in Oregon.
She also serves as a member of the House Committee On Agriculture and Natural Resources, House Committee On Revenue, House Committee On Housing, Joint Committee On Information Management and Technology, and Joint Committee On Tax Expenditures.
During her time in the legislature, she has worked on several important energy and climate related pieces of legislation, including House Bill 2021 which sets course toward 100% clean electricity by the year 2040. She most recently facilitated a group of labor representatives and energy developers on implementable labor standards on energy projects and passed House Bill 4059.
Prior to joining the Oregon Legislature, Rep. Marsh served the City of Ashland as a City Councilor for four years, and as a member and chair of the city Planning Commission and a member of the Ashland Charter Review Committee.
Prior to moving to Southern Oregon in 1994, she worked in Palo Alto for a state legislator, managed a cities association, and served in a variety of governmental and nonprofit volunteer positions.