I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) announced that it added five new members to its board of directors. Sharon Huppert, Brad Johnson, Mark Laska, Chamomile Meadow and Michael Page join nine existing members on the board.
Huppert currently works as social media and communications specialist at Cox Communications, where she is responsible for external communications. Prior to that, she was a freelance writer.
Johnson serves as senior program controls manager for K-12 and community college bond programs for the construction consulting service firm Gafcon Inc. He has assisted in building controls systems from the ground up, taken over programs to improve controls systems, and has led and managed controls staff through process improvements while maintaining quality and assurance goals. Additionally, Johnson holds a position as an adjunct faculty for Ashford University and teaches coursework in accounting and business.
Laska is the president and founder of Great Ecology, an ecological consulting firm committed to giving back to the local environment. His firm specializes in habitat restoration projects that increase public access and empower community members to be more aware of their growing ecological footprint.
Meadow joins the board as a member of the Clean Water Program through the city of Encinitas. She has worked for the city of Encinitas since 2005, and currently supports the city’s Stormwater Department and Clean Water Program. As an Encinitas resident, Meadow will be relied upon to help further integrate ILACSD’s programs in North County.
The fifth new board member, Page, is an associate principal environmental planner for AECOM, where he manages the planning, environmental review, and permitting of water, renewable energy and transportation infrastructure projects in Southern California. He also works with AECOM’s habitat restoration team to remove non-native plant species and restore native plant species to local project sites.