President of the Board
Advisory Technical Recruiter at Rackspace
Shelby Ruff has worked in the renewable energy industry for 13+ years and has developed solar energy, small wind, and battery storage projects across the USA and Mexico, including his own solar rooftop in El Paso! Shelby serves on RREAC (Regional Renewable Energy Advisory Council) which provides recommendations to El Paso’s City Council on all matters related to renewable energy strategy, policy, and industry development. Shelby also has 14+ years of Recruiting & Employer Branding experience supporting high growth businesses. He is currently an Advisory Technical Recruiter for Rackspace hiring talent across the globe. Shelby received his MBA in Management from the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University and his Bachelors of Business Administration, also from St. Mary’s University of San Antonio, where he played NCAA Division 2 Men’s Soccer.
Vice President of the Board
Architect at Wright & Dalbin Architects, Inc.
Robert has vast experience in several types of architecture, including residential, multi-family housing, religious facilities, educational facilities ranging from Pre-K to technical schools and universities, fight training facilities, commercial, office and retail. After having practiced architecture at Garland & Hilles Architects Inc. since 1988, Robert recently became part of WDA in 2017.
Principal at Wright & Dalbin Architects, Inc.
Frederic Dalbin was born in Barcelona, raised in Mexico City and Paris and made El Paso his permanent home in 1984. A registered architect in the U.S. since 1987, Frederic has regularly worked with governmental entities such as the City and County of El Paso, Housing Authority of the City of El Paso, Housing and Urban Development, the US Army Corps of Engineers, University of Texas at El Paso and various school districts. He has also worked with non-profits such as the YWCA, TVP Non-Profit and Opportunity Center for the Homeless.
Assistant Vice President for Environmental Health and Safety - UTEP - The University of Texas at El Paso
Robert D. Moss holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso. He is in his 26th year of service to the University, where he is currently employed as the Assistant Vice President for Environmental Health and Safety. He has offered his ideas to the campus by developing and scoping solar projects, such as the 108kW solar installation atop the roof of the Student Recreation Center, the 76kW parking canopy at the Facilities Services Compound, and a 10kW system atop a Student Housing building. As a citizen of El Paso and West Texas, Mr. Moss served in an advisory role to Senator Jose Rodriguez’ Renewable Energy Advisory Committee and assisted in preparation of Legislative language that ultimately allowed for Net Metering within the western region of Texas.
Reverend Dr. Robert Edward Mosher
SSC Director of the Columban Mission Center
Father Bob is a Catholic priest originally from Massachusetts, and a member of the Mission Society of St. Columban, also known as the Columban Fathers, which has promoted sustainable living and care for the planet for many years throughout the world. He is the SSC Director of the Columban Mission Center in El Paso, TX and is also a Member of the Interfaith Clergy Alliance of El Paso and Southern New Mexico. He worked in Chile for nearly 30 years before returning to the U.S. and arriving in El Paso in 2011. Father Bob has been a member of the Board of Directors of El Paso Solar Energy Association, and currently teaches adult education courses on the spirituality and ethics of solar energy, ecology and social justice, and the document Laudato Si’ by Pope Francis.
With over 30 years in employment and training, Robin's passion is economic development in clean energy, creating jobs in renewable energy and sustainability in our area. Eco El Paso has served as a tool to ensure that public policy supports clean energy. Her interest is to ensure that El Paso stays on track to meet or exceed the goals of the 2016 Paris Climate Accord.
Assistant Federal Public Defender