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Ms. Andrea Trujillo Guajardo

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Rural Project Services

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Rural Project Services

Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Conejos County Clean Water Inc

Executive Board Member
Kendrick Lakes Elementary School

Education

BS degree

Mechanical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines

Web References (51 Total References)


Conejos Clean Water - Board of Directors

www.cccwater.org [cached]

Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

...
Andrea Guajardo was a founding member in 2010, and elected to Executive Director in 2011, which she served through July 2015. A native of Antonito, she holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Ms. Guajardo recently completed a USEPA Administrator appointment on the National Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), where she served on the Public Participation and Permitting Workgroups during her term from 2012-2015. These connections provided opportunity for presentations of CCW's work to be made nationwide, most notably at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Western State, and Tewa Women United in Los Alamos.
As a first order of business for CCW, Andrea resolved a dispute with the Department of Energy involving a transfer of radioactive waste to rail in the town of Antonito. Her consistent advocacy for fair public process resulted in a legal settlement for compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) guidelines, and the project was ultimately terminated.
CCW's early success under her leadership empowered the community to address a wide range of other issues and project involvements. To name a few, these include: Prevention of low altitude flights from Cannon AFB disturbing people, livestock, and wildlife; advisement on BLM siting and mitigation of Solar Energy Zones; development of a Solar Energy Garden serving energy needs of local residents; building capacities of local communities to plan recycling programs; and an ongoing effort to empower community members by discovering historic rights to land.
Prior to working for CCW, Andrea managed a plethora of projects to protect environment in Colorado, Texas, and California.


Conejos Clean Water - Board of Directors

www.cccwater.org [cached]

Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

...
Andrea Guajardo was a founding member in 2010, and elected to Executive Director in 2011, which she served through July 2015. A native of Antonito, she holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Ms. Guajardo recently completed a USEPA Administrator appointment on the National Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), where she served on the Public Participation and Permitting Workgroups during her term from 2012-2015. These connections provided opportunity for presentations of CCW's work to be made nationwide, most notably at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Western State, and Tewa Women United in Los Alamos.
As a first order of business for CCW, Andrea resolved a dispute with the Department of Energy involving a transfer of radioactive waste to rail in the town of Antonito. Her consistent advocacy for fair public process resulted in a legal settlement for compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) guidelines, and the project was ultimately terminated.
CCW's early success under her leadership empowered the community to address a wide range of other issues and project involvements. To name a few, these include: Prevention of low altitude flights from Cannon AFB disturbing people, livestock, and wildlife; advisement on BLM siting and mitigation of Solar Energy Zones; development of a Solar Energy Garden serving energy needs of local residents; building capacities of local communities to plan recycling programs; and an ongoing effort to empower community members by discovering historic rights to land.
Prior to working for CCW, Andrea managed a plethora of projects to protect environment in Colorado, Texas, and California.


Conejos Clean Water - Board of Directors

www.cccwater.org [cached]

Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

...
Andrea Guajardo was a founding member in 2010, and elected to Executive Director in 2011, which she served through July 2015. A native of Antonito, she holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Ms. Guajardo recently completed a USEPA Administrator appointment on the National Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), where she served on the Public Participation and Permitting Workgroups during her term from 2012-2015. These connections provided opportunity for presentations of CCW's work to be made nationwide, most notably at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Western State, and Tewa Women United in Los Alamos.
As a first order of business for CCW, Andrea resolved a dispute with the Department of Energy involving a transfer of radioactive waste to rail in the town of Antonito. Her consistent advocacy for fair public process resulted in a legal settlement for compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) guidelines, and the project was ultimately terminated.
CCW's early success under her leadership empowered the community to address a wide range of other issues and project involvements. To name a few, these include: Prevention of low altitude flights from Cannon AFB disturbing people, livestock, and wildlife; advisement on BLM siting and mitigation of Solar Energy Zones; development of a Solar Energy Garden serving energy needs of local residents; building capacities of local communities to plan recycling programs; and an ongoing effort to empower community members by discovering historic rights to land.
Prior to working for CCW, Andrea managed a plethora of projects to protect environment in Colorado, Texas, and California.


Conejos Clean Water - Board of Directors

www.cccwater.org [cached]

Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

...
Andrea Guajardo was a founding member in 2010, and elected to Executive Director in 2011, which she served through July 2015. A native of Antonito, she holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Ms. Guajardo recently completed a USEPA Administrator appointment on the National Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), where she served on the Public Participation and Permitting Workgroups during her term from 2012-2015. These connections provided opportunity for presentations of CCW's work to be made nationwide, most notably at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Western State, and Tewa Women United in Los Alamos.
As a first order of business for CCW, Andrea resolved a dispute with the Department of Energy involving a transfer of radioactive waste to rail in the town of Antonito. Her consistent advocacy for fair public process resulted in a legal settlement for compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) guidelines, and the project was ultimately terminated.
CCW's early success under her leadership empowered the community to address a wide range of other issues and project involvements. To name a few, these include: Prevention of low altitude flights from Cannon AFB disturbing people, livestock, and wildlife; advisement on BLM siting and mitigation of Solar Energy Zones; development of a Solar Energy Garden serving energy needs of local residents; building capacities of local communities to plan recycling programs; and an ongoing effort to empower community members by discovering historic rights to land.
Prior to working for CCW, Andrea managed a plethora of projects to protect environment in Colorado, Texas, and California.


Conejos Clean Water - Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

www.cccwater.org [cached]

Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer Conejos Clean Water - Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer

...
Andrea Guajardo, Board Secretary, Engineer
...
Andrea Guajardo was a founding member in 2010, and elected to Executive Director in 2011, which she served through July 2015. A native of Antonito, she holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Ms. Guajardo recently completed a USEPA Administrator appointment on the National Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), where she served on the Public Participation and Permitting Workgroups during her term from 2012-2015. These connections provided opportunity for presentations of CCW's work to be made nationwide, most notably at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Western State, and Tewa Women United in Los Alamos.
As a first order of business for CCW, Andrea resolved a dispute with the Department of Energy involving a transfer of radioactive waste to rail in the town of Antonito. Her consistent advocacy for fair public process resulted in a legal settlement for compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) guidelines, and the project was ultimately terminated.
CCW's early success under her leadership empowered the community to address a wide range of other issues and project involvements. To name a few, these include: Prevention of low altitude flights from Cannon AFB disturbing people, livestock, and wildlife; advisement on BLM siting and mitigation of Solar Energy Zones; development of a Solar Energy Garden serving energy needs of local residents; building capacities of local communities to plan recycling programs; and an ongoing effort to empower community members by discovering historic rights to land.
Prior to working for CCW, Andrea managed a plethora of projects to protect environment in Colorado, Texas, and California.

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