The available presentation from the EBC Water Resources Program: Green Infrastructure Opportunities completed on November 16, 2017, can be viewed below. The presentation is not available for download.
Final Agenda – Water Resources Program – Green Infrastructure Opportunities
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11-16-17 MASTER Water Resources Program – Green Infrastructure Opportunities by ebcne on Scribd
HMMH is pleased to announce that President and CEO Mary Ellen Eagan has been named Chair of the 2018 Airports Consultants Council (ACC) Board of Directors. Ms. Eagan’s term became effective at the 2017 Membership Meeting on November 7th, during the ACC Annual Conference in San Diego, California.
ACC is the global trade association that represents private businesses involved in the development and operations of airports and related facilities. The association informs its members of new trends while promoting fair competition and procurement practices that protect the industry’s bottom line.
Mary Ellen has served on the ACC board for six years and remains very active throughout the aviation industry. She also holds leadership roles within other associations such as the Transportation Research Board (TRB) and Airports Council International (ACI).
“It is an honor to serve as ACC’s Board Chair for 2018,” said Mary Ellen. “ACC is unique in the industry as the only organization focused on the business of airport development. I am looking forward to bringing my perspective as a small firm owner to advancing ACC’s mission.”
HMMH is an international leader in environmental and transportation planning including noise and vibration control, air quality analysis, airport and airspace planning, and climate and energy solutions. With three offices throughout the country, we serve government and private industry clients with a broad range of innovative and effective solutions. HMMH is certified as a Woman-Owned (WBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and is recognized as an Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) by the U.S. Small Business Administration. For more information, visit www.hmmh.com.
It give us great pleasure to announce that Cristina Mendoza of Capaccio Environmental Engineering will be joining the EBC Ascending Professionals Committee Leadership Team as Vice Chair. Cristina has been involved with EBC for several years and recently received the EBC Ascending Leaders Award for 2017.
Cristina Mendoza, Environmental Scientist/Sustainability Consultant
Capaccio Environmental Engineering
293 Boston Post Road West, Marlborough, MA 01752
508.970.0033 x128 // email
Ms. Mendoza holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science (2014) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) (2015) from Clark University. She began interning at Capaccio Environmental Engineering, Inc. (Capaccio) throughout her undergraduate and graduate years, starting in June 2013. Cristina has been working full-time at Capaccio as an Environmental Scientist/Sustainability Consultant since June 2015, and was promoted to the ES II level in January 2016.
Cristina’s experience and expertise include corporate sustainability reporting and consulting, greenhouse gas reporting and sustainability metrics tracking and analysis. Other experience and expertise include environmental reporting and ISO 14001 Management Systems development. Cristina leads the Sustainability Technical Group for Capaccio and is responsible for technical expertise, internal resource development, and technical group strategy. She also leads the Management Systems Technical Group for Capaccio, holding similar responsibilities. Along with technical project execution, Cristina is a Project Manager and EHS DashboardTM Account Manager.
In April 2017, Cristina co-presented at the 2017 SESHA (Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Association) Symposium on the topic of ‘The Power of Aligning EH&S with Business Aspirations’. In addition, Cristina is a member of the AIM Sustainability Roundtable expert sustainability panel, which plans and executes events throughout the year on sustainability topics. Cristina has also been a member of the EBC Ascending Professionals Committee (Member since 2013 – Leadership Team Member since Summer 2014) in which she planned a program event on sustainable, responsible, impact investing.
It give us great pleasure to announce a leadership change for the EBC Energy Resources Committee. Briony Angus, Senior Project Manager & Associate at Tighe & Bond, is taking over as the Vice Chair of the Committee.
Please join us in welcoming Briony to this important position on the EBC Energy Resources Leadership Team with Committee Chair John Wadsworth from Brown Rudnick LLP.
Briony Angus, AICP, Senior Project Manager/Associate
Tighe & Bond
53 Southampton Road | Westfield, MA 01085
413.875.1302 // email
Briony Angus is a Senior Project Manager and Associate at Tighe & Bond. She manages a variety of renewable energy projects at Tighe & Bond including solar PV, anaerobic digestion, wind, hydro, storage, and resiliency projects. She helps to lead Tighe & Bond’s business development efforts for renewable energy, and is responsible for the growth and performance of the firm’s renewable energy services. She has an in-depth understanding of regulations and incentives for clean energy development. Briony formerly was an Environmental Analyst at the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) Office and worked for the Town of Brookline, MA Department of Public Works and Conservation Department.
The University of Rhode Island graduates nearly 3000 students every year, many with degrees in study areas such as environmental science, hydrogeology, watershed hydrology, biology, as well as civil, chemical, and environmental engineering. URI’s interdisciplinary programs allow students to gain competency in subjects outside of their area of study. Laboratory and field components are a large part of many curriculums, providing students with exposure to hands on “hard”, industry-based skills, such as field sampling methods, laboratory analytical techniques, and project design and development. A career fair will be held at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) on December 12, 2017. Undergraduate and Graduate students from both the College of Environmental and Life Sciences as well as the College of Civil and Environmental engineering will be in attendance.
This would be a great chance for companies in the Environmental Business Council to access some of the regions aspiring consultants, engineers, and scientists. You can choose to engage in some or all of the day’s events. The cost of the career fair is $100.00. Cost of Fair includes registration for two representatives and lunch.
Please see the agenda below:
- 10:00am – 11:30am: Arrive for set-up
- 11:30am – 12:00pm: Lunch (CBLS 252)
- 12:00pm – 2:00pm: Career Fair (2nd Floor CBLS)
- 2:00pm – 3:30pm: Poster Presentation (1st Floor CBLS)
For more information and registration instructions please contact:
Richard Song, Assistant Director Employer Relations
University of Rhode Island
Center for Career and Experiential Education
90 Lower College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
p: 401-874-7281 e: firstname.lastname@example.org