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August 17, 2022                                                                                 


(COLUMBUS, OHIO) Clean Fuels Ohio is improving and expanding its work to advance the use of alternative fuels with the team promotions and the addition of team members to their senior staff.

Kristina Ramey comes to CFO from Senator Rob Portman’s office, where she worked in constituent services while also serving as Grants Coordinator.  She will be the next Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives.

Adam Headlee served as a Legislative Aide in the Ohio House of Representatives.  Additionally, he served as a Legislative Service Commission Fellow and worked for the Domestic Policy Council at the White House, where he served as an intern.  Mr. Headlee will work at CFO as their Manager of State Government Affairs.

Jacob Schwemlein will become the CFO’s next Director of Drive Electric Ohio.  Mr. Schwemlein recently came from Washington D.C., where he worked for the Transportation Energy Partners (TEP).  Prior to his time at TEP, he worked for Congresswoman Katherine Clark and Congresswoman Janice Hahn.

Tim Cho, currently a project manager with CFO, will be promoted to Senior Manager of Federal & Special Projects.  Prior to joining CFO, Tim worked for the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Atlanta Mayors’ Office of Sustainability.

“CFO is positioned well to capitalize on our past achievements but also push the organization into new territories,” said Nicholas Strata, Managing Director at CFO.  “The new staff additions bring a long list of accomplishments and skill sets to set up CFO for future success.”

Clean Fuels Ohio is a nonprofit organization and national Clean Cities coalition that works to support energy and economic security through partnerships that advance affordable, efficient, and environmentally beneficial domestic transportation fuels, technologies, and mobility systems. They are among the top of nearly 100 coalitions that provide unbiased resources and information to stakeholders that give insight on transportation options that will allow organizations to achieve their goals around alternative fuels, sustainability, fuel-savings strategies, and mobility solutions. For more information about Clean Fuels Ohio visit: