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Technical Writer and Editor

Phone: (410) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Baltimore , Maryland , United States
KCI Technologies Inc
936 Ridgebrook Road
Sparks , Maryland 21152
United States

Company Description: KCI Protection Technologies LLC provides innovative technical, scientific and management solutions in security, fire protection, risk analysis, life safety and...   more

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  • degrees
    The Claremont Graduate School
  • degrees
    San Diego State University
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Rancho Peñasquitos Concerned Citizens - News Archives Detail, 6 Sept 2006 [cached]
Sunrise opponent Kelly Fuller, a member of the Sierra Club of San Diego and Imperial Counties who is tracking the project for the group, said the later filing of some reports puts area residents at a disadvantage as they try to prepare for a Sept. 13 hearing in Ramona.
"You've got the public trying to review 2,000 pages of documents in less than two weeks," Fuller said.
Rancho Peñasquitos Concerned Citizens - News Archives Detail, 11 April 2006 [cached]
Sierra Club activist Kelly Fuller today announced her intention to walk 78 miles through the desert along the route of San Diego Gas and Electric's controversial Sunrise Powerlink transmission line project. The walk will begin at the Imperial Valley Substation near El Centro in Imperial County on Tuesday, April 11 at 10am and end on Thursday afternoon, April 20 at the Warner Substation near Warner Springs in San Diego County.
Kelly and supporters are walking the route to document possible harm from the line on the fragile desert environment and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and have invited SDG&E executives and state and federal decision makers to join in the trek. Kelly's walk is supported by five other conservation groups the Anza-Borrego Foundation, California Wilderness Coalition, Center for Biological Diversity, Desert Protective Council, and Friends of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
"The Powerlink is an awful project that will harm our public lands so we're going into the field to experience and document the desert in its current state," said Kelly Fuller of the Sierra Club.
"I'm inviting dozens of SDG&E executives and government officials to join us on the walk because it's crucial that they experience for themselves the land, wildlife, and communities that will be harmed by this unnecessary and destructive project."
David Hogan, Urban Wildlands Program Director for the Center for Biological Diversity, said, "Kelly's walk will be invaluable for gathering information and highlighting the stampede by greedy corporations to exploit the desert for energy without looking at other, less destructive alternatives."
Terry Weiner, Imperial County Projects Coordinator, the Desert Protective Council, said, "We applaud Kelly Fuller and the other citizens who will walk the proposed route of the Sunrise Powerlink through our fragile, irreplaceable desert.
For more information, please visit,, and Kelly Fuller's Blog at
Rancho Peñasquitos Concerned Citizens - News Archives Detail, 1 Oct 2006 [cached]
Kelly Fuller, a Sierra Club spokeswoman, said people are getting involved because of the large scope of the project. Fuller credits local pressure with the utility commission's request that SDG&E come up with an alternate route that does not pass through the Anza Borrego park.
Despite everyone's busy lives, Fuller said, she sees people finding out something she has known for years - that there is satisfaction in getting involved on a community level.
"You can go into a room with an executive of a very powerful company and you can ask questions, and there are a lot of countries (where) you can't do that," Fuller said.
The Protect Our Communities Foundation » POC Blog, 6 Dec 2013 [cached]
Contact: Kelly Fuller
said Kelly Fuller, consultant to The Protect Our Communities Foundation. Fuller was formerly the Wind Campaign Coordinator at American Bird Conservancy in Washington, D.C.
"According to the FWS's own Eagle Conservation Plan Guidance, there are no proven measures that will reduce the numbers of eagles killed once the wind turbines are installed," she added.
USFWS report says proposed wind-energy ..., 11 June 2012 [cached]
USFWS report says proposed wind-energy farm will kill as many as 20 eagles a year | Kelly Fuller, wind-campaign coordinator for the American Bird Conservancy in Washington, D.C., said the potential killing of 20 bald eagles was way out of line. "That´s a shocking number."...(more) Pocosin Lakes News, USFWS report says proposed wind-energy farm will kill as many as 20 eagles a year
Kelly Fuller, wind-campaign coordinator for the American Bird Conservancy in Washington, D.C., said the potential killing of 20 bald eagles was way out of line.
"That's a shocking number," Fuller said.
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