Colorado State Archives
Executive Orders from the Administration of Governor Bill Owens 1999-2005
Tuesday, May 23, 2000
Amy Jewett Sampson
OWENS APPOINTS SIX NEW MEMBERS TO THE HAZARDOUS WASTE COMMISSION
DENVER Ė Gov. Bill Owens appointed six new members to the Hazardous Waste Commission: Kenneth D. Blehm of Greeley; Diane M. Johnson of Arvada; Brenda K. Marriott of Arvada; Lauren E. Evans of Lakewood; Len Kay Wilson of Denver; and Jeannie Wilson of Arvada.
Kenneth D. Blehm will serve as a representative from the academic community. Blehm is currently an associate professor at Colorado State University and a member of the Colorado Environmental Health Association. Blehm holds a doctorate from the University of Oklahoma.
Diane M. Johnson will serve as a representative of the regulated community. Johnson is an environmental manager for Ultramar Diamond Shamrock, Denver Refinery. Johnson holds a bachelorís degree from the Colorado School of Mines.
Brenda K. Marriott will serve as a representative of the regulated community. Marriott is currently an environmental health & safety technician for Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation. She is a member of the Hazardous Waste Roundtable and the Colorado Environmental Leadership Program. Marriott holds an associateís degree from Front Range Community College.
Lauren E. Evans will serve as a member of the public. Evans is president of Pinyon Environmental Engineering Resources and has served on the Colorado Hazardous Waste Management Society. Evans holds a bachelorís degree from the Colorado School of Mines.
Len Kay Wilson will serve as a representative of local government. She currently works as an environmental analyst at Denver International Airport. Wilson holds a masterís degree from The American University in Washington, D.C.
Jeannie Wilson is president of Kishar Consulting, Inc. Prior to starting her own environmental consulting firm, Wilson worked as a senior manager of environmental health and safety for Coors Brewing Company.
Wilson serves on the Colorado Emergency Planning Commission and the National Environmental Health Association. She served as a member of the Environmental/Health and Safety Information Consortium from 1995 to 1999 and as a member of the Hazardous Waste Roundtable from 1996 to 1998. Wilson received a masterís degree from the University of Denver and from Colorado State University.
The Hazardous Waste Commission makes rules and regulations for the handling, storage and transportation of hazardous waste in the State of Colorado. The commission consists of nine members who serve three-year terms and need Senate confirmation.
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