Cody Hooven

Chief Sustainability Officer, City of San Diego

Cody Hooven is the Director of the Sustainability Department and the first Chief Sustainability Officer for the city of San Diego, the 8th largest U.S. city. She leads sustainability planning and policy, with emphasis on economic development and social equity. Her team is exploring how technology, renewable energy, mobility, green buildings, and climate resilience are included in San Diego’s approach to sustainable, smart communities. Her purview also includes engaging businesses in win-win solutions for sustainability and leading the city’s move towards 100% renewable energy. Cody works on various collaborative efforts in San Diego and statewide, including as a founding member and current Chair of the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative and board member of Cleantech San Diego

Wednesday, April 17
11:00 am - 12:15 pm • City Resilience: Preparing for and Responding to Extreme Weather Eventspressure cooker
Wildfires, extreme drought, flooding and other extreme weather events are now the norm. Sit in on this provoking debate among diverse stakeholders from cities, regional agencies, telecommunications providers and others as they debate a series of related issues.