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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
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      Subject: [schools_iaq_connector] Webinar: April 29, 2014 | Real-Time Assistance to Implement EPA School Environmental Health Programs
      Date: April 15, 2014 at 6:15:22 AM MST
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      Real-Time Assistance to Implement EPA School Environmental Health Programs
       
       
      April 29, 2014          3:00 PM EST          Register Now <https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/533580296>
       
      We’ve invited a panel of experts who will offer real-time assistance designed to help you implement EPA’s environmental health programs in your school. Pose questions. Hear answers and explore strategies for managing school environmental health issues. Learn new concepts for developing strong, cohesive, teams in your school. Discover additional voluntary, low or no-cost steps that you can take to create healthier environments in your schools.
       
      *         Listen to experts highlight critical steps schools can take to create or expand environmental health initiatives in schools.
       
      *         Get real-time insights, and hear how others have successfully implemented environmental health programs and practices in their schools and districts.
       
      *         Gain greater insight on topics covered in previous webinars to help you raise awareness of issues in your schools.
       
      *         Learn how to identify sustainable solutions you can use in your school.
       
       
      Featured panelists:
       
      Jennifer Lemon, Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. EPA Indoor Environments Division
       
      Ms. Lemon has been a Public Affairs Specialist for the Environmental Protection Agency since 2005, supporting the Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools Program.
       
      Stacy Murphy, U.S. EPA Region 6 Schools Coordinator  
       
      Stacy Murphy has been with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 6 for seven years and serves as the Schools Coordinator for the region. His focus is the dissemination of detailed guidance on the proven strategies, organizational approaches and leadership styles that are fundamental to improving school environments.  Mr. Murphy’s experience includes project management, program development, facilitation, and providing training through EPA's Clean, Green, and Healthy Schools Initiatives.
       
       
       
      Maryann Suero, PhD, Environmental Health Scientist, US EPA, Region 5
       
      Dr. Maryann Suero is the Children’s Health Program Manager and School Programs Coordinator at US EPA, Region 5.  In this role, she builds capacity and provides technical assistance for children’s health, healthy housing, and healthy learning environments to federal, state, tribal, and local agency and community and advocacy partners.  She has worked with many schools on chemical management issues, training hundreds of school facilities’ personnel and science teachers how to better manage the chemicals they use every day.  Dr. Suero has been with EPA since 1996.
       
       
      Marcia Anderson, US EPA Center of Expertise for School IPM, Office of Pesticide Programs
       
      Marcia supports the Center’s efforts to promote a smart, sensible and sustainable approach to pest control in the Nation’s schools. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Management at Montclair State University.
       
       
      Register for this session today! Register Today <https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/533580296> .  You’ll receive a certificate of completion for your participation in each webinar.
       
      *         Learn more about the Sensible Steps Webinar series <http://yosemite.epa.gov/R10/ecocomm.nsf/childrenshealth/sensible-steps-webinars>  - ongoing sessions on specific school environmental health topics.
       
       
      *         Subscribe to our mailing list <https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USAEPAR10/subscriber/new?topic_id=USAEPAR10_7>  to receive details and registration reminders for other Sensible Steps Webinars.
       
       
      *         View the Sensible Steps to Healthier School Environments <http://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=P100EQOE.txt>  guide.
       
       
      *         Check out EPA’s  Healthy School Environments <http://epa.gov/schools/>  website.
       
       


       

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      Mansel Nelson
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      Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 
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