2010 Environmental Excellence Awards Presented
Sept. 28, 2010
Maureen Goble (County Resident Category), director of the
Advanced Placement Environmental Science Program at Lake Braddock Secondary
School, was recognized for her critical assistance in the
recruitment of student volunteers for riparian buffer restoration
projects and her success in establishing a strong environmental
stewardship and volunteer ethic among her secondary school
Project Performance Corporation (Business Category), a
Tysons-based management consulting firm, was recognized for its
environmental stewardship ethic and business practices; its efforts to
encourage and assist its employees to adopt environmentally friendly
behaviors; and its environmental outreach efforts in the
- Meghan Fellows (County Employee Category), a natural resource specialist and invasive management coordinator for the Fairfax County Park Authority, was recognized for her dedication, leadership, vision and outreach efforts in the development and implementation of the Fairfax County Park Authority’s Invasive Management Area Program.
Award recipients are selected based on their advancement or support of the board and county’s environmental goals and policy statements; their dedication of personal time and expertise beyond normal fiscal or civic responsibilities; and their leadership as a role model for others.
The awards program is administered by the Fairfax County Environmental Quality Advisory Council and is supported by the county’s environmental coordinator and the Department of Planning and Zoning.
For more information about the awards or this year’s recipients, call Kambiz Agazi, environmental coordinator, at 703-324-1788, TTY 711. Previous year's award winners are listed online.
Contact: Merni Fitzgerald, Director, Office of Public Affairs
703-324-3189, TTY 711, Media Pager: 703-324-NEWS (6397)
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