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Dale Bryk


Member of the NYSERDA Board
Appointed June 2024 

Work History

Dale Bryk is Director of State and Regional Policy at the Harvard Environmental and Energy Law Program and a Senior Fellow at the Regional Plan Association. With over two decades of experience developing and implementing climate, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and clean transportation policies, she helps states and cities craft policies to deliver a just and equitable transition to a clean energy economy. Dale served as New York State’s Deputy Secretary for Energy and Environment from 2019-2020 and oversaw New York’s nation-leading climate agenda and directed the agencies and authorities responsible for developing and implementing the state policies and initiatives needed to build a just and sustainable clean energy economy.

Prior to this role, she served in a variety of positions at the Natural Resources Defense Council, including Chief Planning Officer, Director of Programs, and Director of the Energy and Transportation Program.


Dale holds a bachelor's degree from Colgate University, a master's from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a juris doctoral degree from Harvard Law School. She is based in New York City.