Full Name
Mary Brazell
Job Title
Transportation Electrification Program Manager, Climate Office
Oregon Department of Transportation
Speaker Bio
Mary Brazell is the Transportation Electrification Program Manager for the Oregon Department of Transportation, Climate Office. In this role, Mary guides ODOT’s transportation electrification activities, advancing Oregon’s Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) charging infrastructure deployment and ZEV adoption across all transportation modes.

Mary is spearheading ODOT’s plans to invest in DC Fast Charging infrastructure on Oregon’s EV Alternative Fuel Corridors leveraging the National EV Infrastructure formula funds (Bipartisan Infrastructure Law). She recently led the statewide Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Needs Analysis (TEINA) and continues to facilitate its implementation. Previously, Mary worked for ODOT’s Office of Innovation as the Connected, Automated and Electric Vehicle Policy Advisor, developing the request for proposals to update Oregon’s West Coast Electric Highway.

Before joining ODOT, Mary served as a management consultant on ZEV policies, charging infrastructure, and utility programs. Mary has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford University.
Mary Brazell