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‘Green’ with Envy About 2010 RA Judges Roster

Rosanne Albright is accustomed to getting things done in the Valley of the Sun. Managing the city of Phoenix’s Brownfields Land Recycling Program since its inception in 1998, Albright conducts the day-to-day management of the program and is the liaison with other city departments, government agencies and the public. In short, Albright executes and gets things done: She’s been instrumental in transitioning the program from an EPA grant-funded, pilot project to a successful municipally-funded program with a $4 million program budget—no small task. Albright knows what it takes to wring results and ensure success out of brownfield initiatives, which makes her role as one of the eight judges for the 2010 Brownfield Renewal Awards a definite asset. You know you’re associated with a decision-maker with a keen and objective eye to determine what’s award-worthy and what is less so. This came in particularly useful during the second annual Renewal Award…Log In to Read Full Article

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