Founder, Chief Executive Officer
recognized the importance of the City of Santa Monica's trials with rubber pavers and brought them to the attention of other cities in Southern California as well as the media.
This led to the formation of Rubbersidewalks, Inc.
(now known as TERRECON, Inc.) in 2001.
expanded the product line and quality of the original rubber pavers and has supervised the growth of the company.
With a background in the feature film industry, publishing, environmental activism, and classroom teaching, Ms. Smith has been a literary editor for George Lucas, Lucasfilm, Ltd.; produced non-profit events for environmental causes; and served as Director of Development for Mediators Productions, a socially responsible film company.
In 1998, Ms. Smith
wrote and produced a 20th Century Fox feature film shot in Moscow, USSR which was the first American film to employ Russian crewmembers and actors.
is an active participant in the policies of the California Integrated Waste Management Board
(now CalRecycle) in Sacramento, California.
Ms. Smith attended Ithaca College (New York), the Université Aix-Marseilles (France), and graduated from Loyola University (Chicago).