The White House recently hosted the Women’s History Month: Climate Entrepreneurs Virtual Roundtable , highlighting the work of female founders focusing on climate change. The roundtable featured Stephanie Speirs, co-founder and CEO of Solstice, Dawn Lippert, founder and CEO of Elemental Excelerator, and Kameale Terry, co-founder and CEO of ChargerHelp! A key part of the discussion was the importance of partnering with climate advocates and communities. The speakers shared their strategies for ensuring their companies are not only working towards sustainable solutions but also considering the needs of those they serve. Kameale Terry discussed the importance of policy and public infrastructure. She emphasized that many people rely on public infrastructure for EV implementation, as current EV setups can be expensive. Terry's company, ChargerHelp!, partners with workforce development programs and institutions like Georgia Technical College to train their workforce for the EV industry.