On Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published the final rule repealing the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule, returning the law to provisions in place prior to
Kellie joined the Stream + Wetlands Foundation in the fall of 2014 as its Marketing and Administration Coordinator. In this capacity, she coordinates marketing efforts and events with local trade associations such as ASCE of Central Ohio, SMPS, NAIOP, OOGA, Central Ohio BIA and OHBA. Kellie also provides information to our clients in response to mitigation credit inquiries, credit acquisition completion/certification and coordinates marketing and office operations.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Kellie was a highly regarded owner of a fitness company that specialized in perinatal fitness. She continues to enjoy serving as a high energy personal trainer for select clients.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, Ohio University
Affiliations: Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS); National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP); Ohio Oil & Gas Association (OOGA); Central Ohio Building Industry Association (BIA); Ohio Home Builders Association (OHBA); and National Association of Home Builders Association.
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On Thursday, Sept. 12, the EPA and the US Army Corps of Engineers signed a pre-publication version of the repeal of the 2015 Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Definition. The
“Managing our Water in a Changing World: from Social, Environmental, and Policy Perspectives” is the theme of Ohio University’s Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education – Ohio River
The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs is accepting applications for a graduate student assistantship funded by the Stream and Wetlands Foundation that will support students engaged in interdisciplinary