Environmental Executive Moves: Ingenium, Haley & Aldrich, Element Partners
Ingenium:Â The environmental services company has namedÂ Heather DodyÂ executive director. Previously director of sales for Ingenium, Dody is also one of the companyâs original founders.
Haley & Aldrich:Â The environmental and engineering firm has hiredÂ Marc J. RichardsÂ as a vice president and leader of the firmâs Massachusetts Licensed State Professionals (LSP) team.
Element Partners: The energy, industrial and environmental technology private equity firm has promoted Sam Gabbita to managing director and Charles A. Silio and Nitin Gupta to principal. Gabbita joined Element in 2006. Most recently, he led the firmâs investment in Agility Fuel Systems. Gupta joined Element in 2007 and serves as a director of 212 Resources and as a board observer at Quench USA. Silio joined Element in 2009 and serves as a director of Agility Fuel Systems and as a board observer with Environmental Drilling Solutions.
Environmental Quality Services:Â The environmental testing, water treatment and waste management firm has namedÂ Joseph RaineriÂ as national sales manager. Prior to joining EQS, Raineri was executive account manager at Tyree, a petroleum services and environmental firm.
BrownFlynn:Â The corporate responsibility and sustainability consulting firm has addedÂ Sara Jane KennedyÂ to its analyst team. Kennedy previously worked with Ascension Health and its 81 hospitals to create an energy reduction plan to achieve its 2020 targets. She is currently completing her MBA in sustainable management at Presidio Graduate School and will obtain her degree in May.
Nixon Peabody:Â AttorneyÂ Peter C. TrimarchiÂ has joined the law firmâs energy and environmental practice. Trimarchi joins Nixon Peabody from Whiteman Osterman and Hanna.
Greeley and Hansen: The civil and environmental engineering and consulting firm has named Michael J. Hope as office director of its Philadelphia location. Hope most recently served as a client service manager and senior project manager for CDM Smith.
USA Synthetic Fuel Corporation: The environmental energy technology company has appointed J. Bradley Davis, John P. Proctor and William J. WeyandÂ to its board of directors. Davis is the managing partner of Ridge Capital Partners, a private equity investment firm that he founded. Proctor specialized in environmental and energy law and was the co-head of the environmental practice group at Winston & Strawn before retiring in 2008. Weyand was chairman and CEO of MSC Software before it was acquired in October 2009.
Climate Markets & Investment Association: The international trade association has elected Anthony Hobley, the global head of climate change and carbon finance at Norton Rose law firm, as president. Hobley will take over from outgoing president Abyd Karmali on March 11 for a two-year term. CMIA also elected four board directors: Standard Bank senior manager carbon trading Fenella Aouane, Camco Clean Energy international qualification director Rachel Child, Climate Change Capital head of international policy Steven Gray, and McGuireWoods LLP senior counsel Cameron Prell.
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