GEORGE WEBER: RESUME
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George Weber is a policy and regulatory analyst, planner, manager, and collaboration builder with over 30 years experience developing information, analyses, and relationships helping decision makers solve complex problems and execute solutions effectively and efficiently. He has:
- Focused on environmental protection, natural resource management, energy and resource development, regional planning, community development, risk communication, and infrastructure vulnerability assessment and emergency response planning.
- Worked within a variety of legal frameworks including NEPA, SDWA, CWA, CERCLA, RCRA, and the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002.
- Developed and applies a distinctive approach for building collaborative networks among stakeholders and technical experts to solve complex problems and implement large projects effectively and efficiently.
Weber has been responsible for developing project ideas and funding, and project management, including guiding the work of interdisciplinary professional, academic, and lay staff. He has:
- Managed or participated in more than 50 projects supporting government (federal, Tribal, state, local), business, and non-governmental organizations.
- Authored or directed development of more than 60 reports and publications.
- Planned, conducted, or facilitated at 19 conferences, trainings, panels, and community meetings.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) appointed Weber to the state’s Source Water Assessment and Protection ‘Design’ and ‘Technical Advisory’ teams.
EDUCATION & SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING
- MPA, Doctoral Studies (A.B.D.): Public Administration – Policy Analysis and Management, University of Colorado.
- M.A., Geography – Natural Resource Management, University of Colorado at Boulder.
- B.A., Geography, University of Chicago – Natural Resource Management and Conservation.
- RAM-W & VSAT Certifications (water system vulnerability assessment & emergency response planning).
- Developing and Preparing Emergency Response Plans, Drinking Water Utilities (NERRTC, DHS\ODP).
- OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Materials Health and Safety Training Course.
- Continuing education in geographic information systems (GIS) and community economic development.
- Owner, George Weber, Inc. Environmental (formerly Geographic Applications & Research Group), 1982 – Present
- Director of Environmental Policy Analysis & Management Programs, Center for Community Development & Design, U. of Colorado 1995 – 2001, 1985 – 1990
- Director, Rocky Mountain Office, ICF International, 1990 – 1994
- Adjunct Professor & Senior Research Associate, Departments. of Government and Earth Sciences, New Mexico State University (Fall 1989)
- Environmental Protection Specialist (Temporary), Region 8 EPA Safe Drinking Water Program 1987-1988
- Senior Research Associate, National Institute for Socioeconomic Research, 1981 – 1982
- Project Manager, Energy Program, National Conference of State Legislatures, 1978 – 1981
- Research Analyst, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Colorado Department of Agriculture, 1976 – 1978
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HONORS AND AWARDS
- Renew America’s ‘Certificate of Excellence for Environmental Sustainability Award’ (1997).
- Colorado Governor’s 1996 Smart Growth Award for Pollution Prevention.
- Colorado Chapter, American Planning Association 1996 Best Student Project Award.
- Pi Alpha Alpha, Public Administration Honor Society (National and Colorado Chapters).
- Listed in 1987-88 ‘Who’s Who in Colleges and Universities’.
- University of Chicago Merit Scholar.
- Illinois State Scholar.
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