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MRN Members Elect 2021/2022 BOD

Published on 7/5/2021

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The Maryland Recycling Network held its 2021 Board of Directors election at the MRN Annual Meeting at 4:30pm on Wednesday, June 23.

MRN members voted to approve a slate of 16 members, five of which are also on the Executive Committee, and represent a broad base of county and municipal government agencies, private businesses and corporations, and private citizens.

We are pleased to announce the 2021 – 2022 Board of Directors*:


*Terms run July 1 – June 30


Officers

President / Director
Maria Myers
Recycling Manager
Carroll County Department of Public Works, Bureau of Solid Waste

Vice President / Director
Tanya Adams
Recycling Coordinator
Cecil County Recycling


Secretary / Director

Anthony Drury

Recycling Coordinator
Washington County Division of Environmental Management


Treasurer / Director
Phil Bresee
Senior Consultant
MSW Consultants, LLC


Chairperson
To be nominated and elected at first MRN Board meeting after the annual meeting.

 

Directors

Michele Blair
Recycling Coordinator
City of Laurel


Melissa Filiaggi
(past president 7/2019-6/2021)
Division Chief, Operations
Maryland Environmental Service


Lisa Kardell
Director, Public Affairs
Waste Management


Jonathan Mann
National Sales Manager
BE Equipment, Inc.


Kitty McIlroy
Project Analyst
Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority


Chaz Miller
Citizen at Large
Former Director, State Program – National Waste & Recycling Association

Directors (continued)

Michelle Minstrell
Principal Consultant
Waste Knowledge


Bruce Norton
Corporate Strategy
Safety and Environmental Sustainability
Excelon


Charles Reighart
Recycling and Waste Prevention Manager
Baltimore County Bureau of Solid Waste Management


Ford Schumann
President
Infinity Recycling, Inc.


Bob Stumpff
Citizen at Large


Alan Wilcom

Chief, Recycling Division
Howard County Department of Public Works



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