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BEAN Environmental Career Panel

September 29, 2010

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Berkeley Environmental Alumni Network (BEAN) Environmental Career Panel, Oct. 2009. 80 students, 8 UCB alumni environmental professionals:

Christian Cermelli
Principal/ Co-founder, Marine Innovation & Technology
M.S. Naval Architecture & Offshore Engineering
PhD Naval Architecture & Offshore Engineering

David Hammond
Principal/ Co-founder, GO2 Water
M.S. Energy & Resources Group
Ph.D. Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry

Nick Harris
Co-founder/ Energy Analyst, Energy Beyond Design
B.S. Environmental Sciences

Tegan Churcher Hoffman
Principal/ Founder, T.C. Hoffmann & Associates, LLC
BS Conservation & Resource Studies
M.S. and PhD Geography

Rick Hutchinson
CEO, City Carshare
B.A. Economics and Journalism

Lauren Moreno
Life Scientist, Waste Management Division (Resource Conservation Team) U.S. EPA Region 9
B.S. Conservation and Resource Studies

Corinne Reich-Weiser
Director of Climate Services, Climate Earth
UC Berkeley PhD Candidate; Thesis Title Draft: Minimizing GHG Emissions: The Role of the Supply Chain
B.S. & M.S. Mechanical Engineering

Justin Horner
Transportation Policy Analyst, Natural Resource Defenses Council
B.A. History


Co-Hosted by: the CNR Office of Instruction & STudent Affairs, the Career Center and the Berkeley Environmental Alumni Network (BEAN)


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