Adrienne Milow is a 2023 Women Leaders in Energy and Climate Fellow. She is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and received her JD from Southern University Law Center, master’s in business administration from Southern University A&M College, and bachelor’s of science in criminal justice with a minor in business management from Benedict College.

Milow has work experience in state and federal legislation as well as political campaigns. She served as a fellow for the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus, working alongside members of the Louisiana House and Senate. She assisted the members in special projects, bill tracking, and events. Milow also worked as a legislative aide for Joseph Bouie, Louisiana state senator, focusing on educational issues and assisting with the Revenue and Fiscal Committee. Milow worked as a legal intern with the Louisiana Department of Health in the Legislative Regulatory Affairs Division, focusing on health policies and COVID-19 policy updates. Post-graduation, Milow was selected as a fellow for the inaugural Congressional Black Caucus Fannie Lou Hamer Fellowship. Milow was placed with Cornerstone Government Affairs, researching appropriation bills, funding for colleges, and partnership opportunities for college students. Prior to moving to DC, Milow worked as a law clerk for the Louisiana Department of Revenue’s General Counsel. 

Presently, Milow serves as the congressional affairs specialist at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In her position, she assists with both the Congressional House and Senate Energy Committees, subcommittees, and members.  Additionally, she assists with hydropower, electric, natural gas, and oil projects.