Angie joined the Environmental Center in the Fall of 2015 as the Zero Waste Events Coordinator. She graduated in 2002 in Environmental Biology from the University of Colorado. It was a great fit to return to Boulder as and alum to further her career in the field of sustainability.
Since 2010, Angie has worked with ESPN developing programs for waste reduction, environmental education and sustainable practices in television production. Her focus has been on programs that further the message of environmental responsibility and stewardship in the sports and entertainment community. ESPN zero waste events include Winter and Summer X Games, The ESPYS, College GameDay, and College Football Playoffs. Each of these events has helped Angie develop unique strategies to implement sustainable practices.
As the Zero Waste Events Coordinator at CU Boulder, she works closely with CU Football, CU Basketball and numerous other events on campus to continue the mission of zero waste at CU Boulder and in the collegiate sector. She has a knowledgeable support staff of students and professionals that support the many events to create zero waste success. She also works closely with the Recycling Operation Center (ROC), which provides the avenue to process event collections.
When she's not sorting recycling she can be found enjoying all that Colorado has to offer such as camping, hiking and skiing. She enjoys traveling, singing, rugby and lacrosse (past CU club athlete) and of course all things that are friendly to the planet.