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Background Information

Employment History

RA Project Specialist

Great Basin Institute


Arid Lands Restoration Field Technician

SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY INCORPORATED


Affiliations

Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Management Fellow In Support of Chesapeake Bay Program


Education

BA

Sociology

Villanova University


MA

Political Science

University of Nevada , Reno


Web References(45 Total References)


Contact | The Great Basin Institute

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Chris Warner
RA Project Specialist 775.343.5239 Email Me


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Chris Warner
Chris Warner Senior Program Analyst, Research Associate Program


The Great Basin Institute - GBI Staff

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Chris Warner has been involved with national service and environmental stewardship for the past 15 years.
After graduating from Villanova University (BA Sociology) in 1998, Chris served for two years as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer, coordinating environmental education in Chester, PA. Moving 125 miles south, he worked for 18 months in Annapolis, MD as an Environmental Management Fellow in support of EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program. After relocating to the mountain west in 2002, he received his MA in Political Science (Environmental Policy) from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2005. In August of 2005 Chris joined the GBI team as the first Research Associate Program Director, a position he held for nearly six years. In July 2011 he moved back to the mid-Atlantic with his family, where he continues to support GBI and its RA Program. When he isn't playing with his young daughter, Chris enjoys cooking, gardening and bird-watching with his wife, as well as exploring PA's mixed conifer and hardwood forests and surrounding farm country.


The Great Basin Institute

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Chris Warner has been involved with national service and environmental stewardship for the past 15 years.
After graduating from Villanova University (BA Sociology) in 1998, Chris served for two years as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer, coordinating environmental education in Chester, PA. Moving 125 miles south, he worked for 18 months in Annapolis, MD as an Environmental Management Fellow in support of EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program. After relocating to the mountain west in 2002, he received his MA in Political Science (Environmental Policy) from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2005. In August of 2005 Chris joined the GBI team as the first Research Associate Program Director, a position he held for nearly six years. In July 2011 he moved back to the mid-Atlantic with his family, where he continues to support GBI and its RA Program. When he isn’t playing with his young daughter, Chris enjoys cooking, gardening and bird-watching with his wife, as well as exploring PA’s mixed conifer and hardwood forests and surrounding farm country.


The Great Basin Institute - Partnering

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To initiate an agreement, contact Chris Warner, GBI Research Associate Coordinator, for assistance with budgeting and project scheduling.
Once a budget is articulated and a funding source identified, the scope of work and budget information is forwarded to your agency contracting officer to establish a task agreement. Finally, both parties sign an original copy of the ask agreement to be kept on file by both agencies. This process can typically be completed within 90 days. For additional contracting information or to establish a new partnership with GBI, please contact Chris Warner 775.674.5488.


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