Bobby Miyashiro graduated from the University of California, Davis in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Management with a minor in Managerial Economics. Upon graduating, he worked as the Campaign Coordinator at Tuleyome, a regional non-profit. As Campaign Coordinator, he played an integral role in the 2015 presidential designation of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, by demonstrating widespread support from local stakeholders. Following completion of the campaign, Bobby transitioned to the energy software company, APX, Inc. There he facilitated wholesale transactions of electricity and renewable energy credits in the energy and environmental markets. His exposure to the energy system at APX, Inc. shaped his vision for a future without polluting energy plants, like those in his backyard growing up in Los Angeles. With the goal of becoming more well-rounded he decided to join Envicom Corporation, an environmental consulting firm. There he prepared resource agency permits and wrote environmental impact reports, mitigated negative declarations, and categorical exemptions. Bolstered with experience in various environmental fields, Bobby focuses his efforts on tackling climate change at the Bren School. He specializes in Energy and Climate, specifically to assist in accelerating the transition to a decarbonized energy system.