Ms. Schwartz has over 15 years of experience as an environmental planner and project manager. She has addressed many controversial issues related to energy development in the southwestern US and globally. She works with electrical local utilities, the oil and gas industry, and regulatory agencies with jurisdiction over energy production.
Ms. Schwartz has extensive experience evaluating potential impacts of proposed projects under the California Environmental Quality Act and National Environmental Policy Act, as well as other state-specific equivalent regulations for commercial and government clients for projects ranging from urban redevelopment to Department of Defense facility improvements. Her NEPA project experience spans 20 states, Puerto Rico and two cross-border projects in Mexico affecting resources in the U.S. In addition, her CEQA experience includes restoration and habitat improvement projects, land development projects, and energy projects.
She excels at regulatory compliance, including permitting and mitigation planning and implementation. She is extremely adept at completing projects on time and within budget and coordinating multiple resources to ensure that work products meet or exceed client expectations
California Independent Petroleum Association
Association of Environmental Professionals
Master of Env. Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2004
Bachelor of Arts, Biological Anthropology, University of California, San Diego, 2002
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