Angela Dykema
Director

Ms. Dykema was appointed Director of the Nevada Governor's Office of Energy by Governor Brian Sandoval in September 2015, after having served as the office's Deputy Director. In her role as Director, she is responsible for directing, managing, and overseeing energy policy development, as well as the daily operations, legislative relations, and staff activities of the office. Prior to her service at the Governor's Office of Energy, Ms. Dykema worked as Business Development Manager at Ormat Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the geothermal industry, where she managed project development including transmission and interconnection processes, power purchase agreements, bid management, new prospects and federal, state, and local permitting. Ms. Dykema earned a Master of Science in Natural Resources Law Studies from University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy and Political Science from Michigan State University.

David Noble
Deputy Director
Mr. Noble joined the Governor's Office of Energy in July 2017. As Deputy Director, he is responsible for the overall daily operations of the Office. His background includes nearly 20 years of experience in utility regulation, working as a Commissioner, Hearings Officer, and Attorney for the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada. Mr. Noble received his B.A. in International Relations (Environmental Studies focus) from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from Loyola Law School (Los Angeles). He is admitted to practice law in Nevada and California.
Matthew Tuma
Deputy Director Planning and Innovation
Mr. Tuma joined the Governor's Office of Energy in September 2016, after having served as the Natural Resources Industry Specialist for the Governor's Office of Economic Development. Prior to joining the State of Nevada, Mr. Tuma was the Nevada state director for The Nature Conservancy, the largest conservation non-profit organization in the State. Matthew also has worked for U.S. Senator Harry Reid, serving in a variety of roles and positions, including taking a lead role on key natural resource priorities and initiatives across Nevada and as a liaison with local governments, federal and state agencies, Native American tribes, and advocacy groups. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Kelly Thomas
Energy Program Manager

Mr. Thomas joined the Governor's Office of Energy in May 2016. He heads the agency's Energy Efficiency Programs within the Office, providing direction and oversight to the Home Energy Retrofit Opportunity for Seniors (HEROS), Green Building Tax Abatement and State Owned Building Benchmarking programs. He was most recently the Executive Director of the U.S. Green Building Council Nevada Community in Las Vegas. Most notably, he oversaw the Nevada Sustainable Energy Coalition (NSEC) and the creation of the inaugural Nevada Battle of the Buildings competition through ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager®. Mr. Thomas has a diverse background spanning nearly 20 years of promoting a sustainably built environment in industries such as Construction Project Management, Architecture & Design and Business Administration. After transferring from the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), his commitment to the implementation of sustainable building principles started upon graduating from the School of Architecture at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) in 1997. He earned his joint Bachelor of Science Degree in Landscape Architecture and Business Administration. His passion for sustainability quickly became public, when in 1999, he served as a State Assemblyman in the Nevada State Legislature. He introduced initiatives relative to Smart Growth, creating the Nevada Center for Sustainable Living (NCSL) and a Public Building Recycling mandate, with the latter being successful. He is also a baseball fanatic and has visited 20 of the Major League Baseball ball parks to date.

Scott Kelley
Public Information Officer

Mr. Kelley joined the Governor’s Office of Energy in December 2013 as its Public Information Officer. He is responsible for public and media relations, social media, constituent services, website design, and other communications functions. Prior experience includes Marketing Specialist for Resource Action Programs, a company that designs and implements nationwide energy and water conservation programs; Sales and Marketing Manager for Allegra Printing; Marketing Director for Silver State Fitness, and owner of Northern Nevada Real Estate Photography. He currently serves on the Washoe County School Board for District A, an elected position where he represents 85,000 people and 18 schools in southern Reno and Incline Village. He served on the Washoe County School Board for District E from 2009-2012. Kelley has also served on boards and committees for City of Reno, Greater Nevada Credit Union, Junior Achievement, Regional Transportation Commission, and Renown. Mr. Kelley is a former U.S. Army paratrooper and Nevada Army National Guardsman who served in the Kosovo War, and during peacekeeping missions in Haiti and Bosnia. His military specialty was Public Affairs, which allowed him to cover U.S. soldiers worldwide and serve as spokesman for military units up to Brigade level. Kelley has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Nevada, Reno. He lives in Reno with his wife Brooke and their son Grant.

John Fairman
Management Analyst

Mr. Fairman joined the Governor’s Office of Energy in July 2014. His focus is on various energy facilities and management programs, including electric transmission projects, electric imbalance markets, commercial retrofits, and energy management programs, including coordination among federal, state, and local agencies. He previously worked as a Project Manager in the Information Services Department of the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy. He has 20 years of extensive energy and utility experience with Sierra Pacific Power Company (NV Energy) in various capacities, including Senior Engineer/Analyst, primarily with the Regulatory Affairs, and Natural Gas Purchasing/Transportation departments. He has five years of finance and risk-based modeling experience as a Strategic Planning Analyst with Employers Insurance Company of Nevada in Reno. Mr. Fairman holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno and a M.S. in Industrial Administration from Purdue University. He is a registered Professional Civil Engineer in California and a Nevada State Certified Contract Manager.

Laura Wickham
Management Analyst

Ms. Wickham joined the Governor's Office of Energy in February 2015, where she initially served as Administrative Assistant. In July 2016, she was promoted to Management Analyst, where she oversees Renewable Energy Tax Abatement program, Revolving Loans, and DEAL. She also provides administrative support for the New Energy Industry Task Force. Prior to joining GOE, Ms. Wickham ran a paralegal business for 7 years, where she specialized in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy and served attorneys across the U.S. She recently became a Certified Contract Manager and has expertise as an interpreter and document translation. She attended Western Nevada College and has an Associates in Applied Science, and is fluent in English and Spanish.  

Marianne Lockyer
Grants and Fiscal Manager
Ms. Lockyer joined the Governor's Office of Energy in December 2016 as the Grants and Fiscal Manager. She will be responsible for a variety of fiscal functions relating to both federal grants and day to day operations. Prior to joining the office, Ms. Lockyer served as an Administrative Services Officer for the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. Her background includes 20 years of service in the State of Nevada, with a focus in both grant and fiscal management. Ms. Lockyer has an Associates of Arts.
Mark Brady
Energy Efficiency Specialist
Mr. Brady joined the Governor's Office of Energy in April 2017 as its Energy Efficiency Specialist. He is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing Energy Office programs, including tracking energy use in state-owned buildings and promoting efforts aimed at reducing energy consumption throughout the state. He has previously worked at the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources as well as at the Oregon Department of Energy. He has a M.Sc. in Energy from the University of Auckland, and a B.S. from the University of Nevada, Reno in Computer Science. He is certified as a Building Analyst Professional by the Building Performance Institute.
Robin Isaacs
Management Analyst

Ms. Isaacs joined the Governor's Office of Energy in July 2016, where she initially served as Administrative Assistant. In March 2017, she was promoted to Management Analyst, and is responsible for the oversight and administration of the Green Building Tax Abatement program, IECC code adoption, and the HEROS program. Ms. Isaacs also provides administrative and programmatic support on the State Owned Building Benchmarking program, PCAAP program and is working towards her LEED Green Associate certification. Prior to joining GOE, Ms. Isaacs created, implemented and managed a back office production center for an Escrow and Title company. Her background includes 20 years of experience in residential and commercial title and escrow transactions, employee development and management of an office. In her spare time, Ms. Isaacs loves to spend time with her son and family.

Patricia Malloy
Administrative Assistant
Ms. Malloy joined the Governor’s Office of Energy in July 2017 after her Administrative Assistant assignment at the Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety and the Nevada Highway Patrol.  As the Administrative Assistant, she facilitates all meetings for the Director, manages the front office and the GOE’s internship program.  Her background includes 35 years of experience in administrative support.  In her spare time Ms. Malloy enjoys spending time with her family and friends and volunteering for the local community.