It’s fitting that Keith works for the California Fuel Cell Partnership, working with private industry, government and other stakeholders to bring hydrogen-powered vehicles to the California road. By helping prepare for the introduction of these zero-emission vehicles, he’s atoned for his own vehicular emission sins. For the past 30 years, he’s driven a 1964 Plymouth Valiant with an exceptionally large carbon footprint. Keith joined CaFCP in 2012, bringing 25 years of public relations and public affairs experience to the public-private partnership. Keith helped write and edit two of CaFCP’s strategic deployment plans: A California Road Map: Bringing Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles to the Golden State and A Road Map for Fuel Cell Electric Buses in California. In addition, he leads education and outreach efforts to state legislators and staff, and represents CaFCP with the press and at events. Prior to joining CaFCP, Keith helped multi-cultural nonprofit organizations, elected officials and political candidates communicate and build relationships with their stakeholders. A third-generation native of Los Angeles, Keithreceived his bachelor of arts degree from Occidental College and his master of arts from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication. When he’s not talking incessantly about hydrogen-powered vehicles, he’s talking incessantly about gardening with California native plants.