Kameale Terry has joined the Advisory Board at Cincinnati based EV infrastructure company EdgeEnergy. Kameale is the Co-Founder and CEO of ChargerHelp, Inc. an app that enables on-demand repair of electric vehicle charging stations. As the former Director of Programs at EV Connect, an electric vehicle charge station network provider, Kameale structured and led teams to execute electric vehicle infrastructure projects and programs in the United States, Australia, and Canada for commercial and government entities. Her most notable projects include the Electrify America - Phase One Program, the Southern California Edison Charge Ready Pilot, and the New York Power Authority portfolio. Prior to this role Kameale created, hired, and oversaw the Customer Experience Department at EV Connect, by partnering with the Southbay Workforce Investment Board to employ candidates from the local community. As a South Central Los Angeles native, Kameale believes that an equitable green economy can be achieved through impactful workforce development and realignment.
“I am thrilled to join the EdgeEnergy team,” says Kameale. “This technology is how we are going to deploy fast charging solutions at edge-of-grid locations across the U.S. and globally. Now we can deploy the infrastructure we need faster and at a lower cost and get the U.S. to our EV adoption goals.”
“We are excited to welcome Kameale to our team,” says Greg York President and Founder of EdgeEnergy. “Her experience in leading electric vehicle infrastructure projects with some of the leading companies in the industry will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow our channel partner relationships and scale our company. Her heart for creating equitable opportunities in the industry folds in well with our company culture and our vision for EdgeEnergy.”