The Program Committee is responsible for all facets
of program sessions including securing the location, arranging for speakers,
conducting the sessions, providing information on program sessions and speakers
to the Membership and Communications Committees. The Committee assists the Public Service Committee with the
Chapter's annual public service event and provides information on events to the
Membership and Communications Committee. The Program Committee will develop the
messaging around its events, including but not limited to, social media,
invitations and announcements.
Christina Casanova is the General Manager of Business Development and Secondary Supply Chain for Fielding Environmental LLC, an international hazardous waste management company. She has 10 years of experience working in domestic and international business development, supply chain, waste brokering and procurement in a variety of industries. Those industries include chemical distribution, hazardous and non-hazardous waste management, waste recycling and secondary upcycling. Christina has a bachelor’s degree in business management as well as a master’s degree in business administration, both obtained from the California University of Pennsylvania. Christina is RCRA and DOT certified allowing her experience to spill over into consulting in addition to her business development experience. She lives in the South Hills with her husband and her two Doberman’s Roman and Ruby. She is happy to be a part of the board for SWEP Three Rivers Chapter and is excited to see the organization flourish.
Kim Bartos has over 25 years managing projects specialized in stream and wetlands impacts, conducting comprehensive field investigations of the environmental conditions of aquatic habitats, providing expertise in assessment for ecological impacts leading to the preparation of comprehensive technical environmental applications along with mitigation of those resources. She has provided environmental services, ranging from identifying baseline aquatic resources and ecological habitats, to conducting forensic wetland and stream investigations, macroinvertebrate surveys, environmental assessments and threatened and endangered botanical surveys. She has designed both stream and wetland mitigation plans and has provided construction oversight services for those projects. Her work experience has allowed her to offer innovative and creative design options of wetland and stream impacts and mitigation based on her knowledge as both a regulator and consultant.