Madeline Snow is a Project Manager at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production.
An experienced trainer and facilitator, she works with a wide variety of organizations to improve sustainable practices, environmental compliance, and energy management. She has worked with a public transit authority, colleges and universities, a city school district, large office buildings, drinking water and wastewater utilities, visual artists and food/beverage processors to change practices to become environmentally, fiscally and socially sustainable. She has developed self-assessment tools and guidebooks including, An Environmental Management Guide for Colleges and Universities for EPA Region 1 and an Energy Management Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities for EPA. Prior to joining the Lowell Center, she worked with EPA and a variety of states on joint priorities. She spent 25 years in the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in a variety of programs, including enforcement, water quality planning, waste site cleanup, emergency response and strategic planning.
• Working with organizations to improve compliance and sustainability practices
• Creating tools, group exercises and other resources to assess and guide improvements in sustainability and energy performance
• Applying a plan-do-check-act management system approach to energy, water, waste and toxic use reduction
M.P.A., Harvard Kennedy School
B.A., Biology and Environmental Studies, New College of Florida
Wannalancit 500, UMass Lowell
Lowell, MA 01854