Environmental Executive Moves: WSP, Mohawk, CALIBRE, E&E
WSP USA:Â The environmental consultancy has namedÂ Michael MondshineÂ as vice president of sustainability, energy and climate change.Â Most recently he served as chief solutions architect, sustainability at Leidos. WSP has also appointedÂ Josh NothwangÂ as practice leader at the firms Boulder, Colo., office. Nothwang previously worked for Deloitte Consulting.
Calibre Systems:Â The consulting company has namedÂ Philip M. RizziÂ as vice president of its energy, environment and infrastructure division.Â Prior to joining Calibre, Rizzi served as vice president at SRA International where he led SRAâ€™s business area focused on environment, energy, and organizational performance.
Mohawk:Â The paper manufacturer has namedÂ Kathleen DohertyÂ as environmental program manager. Doherty joins fromÂ Von Roll USA where she served as environmental and air compliance engineer.
Ecology and Environment: The environmental solutions company has appointedÂ Gerard A. Gallagher III as president and Fred J. McKosky as chief operating officer position.Â Both men have been with E&E for more than 30 years.
Go Green Global Technologies: TheÂ water and fuel technology licensing, marketing and development company has namedÂ Paul Murdock as president and chief operating officer. Prior to joining Go Green MurdockÂ worked in a variety of startup companies.
Smithers Viscient: The environmental contracting firm has appointedÂ Susan P. Shepherd as president. Shepherd (pictured) is currently a vice president at Smithers.
Leggette, Brashears & Graham:Â The groundwater and environmental engineering firm has namedÂ Ken KyttaÂ as its vice president.
Landmark Information Group:Â The UK land and property search search information provider has appointedÂ Chris Stubbs as managing director, environment and mapping. Stubbs was previously energy practice leader at ABB.
Post & Schell:Â The law firm has brought in Stephen C. Jones and Paul R. McIntyre as principals and co-chairs of the firmâ€™s newly established, national environmental practice group.Â Both attorneys join Post & Schell from the law firm Greenberg Traurig where they established a multi-jurisdictional, national environmental practice.
IMS Electronics Recycling: The recycling company has appointed Robert Benavent as its director of compliance. Benavent previously worked within the corporate environmental health and safety department at Sony.
Elevance Renewable Sciences:Â The renewable chemicals company has hired Bob Kumpf as its chief technology officer. Kumpf previously worked as COO at Plextronics.
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