Our People

Transcending finite natural resources with unlimited human potential.

Blair Stone-Schneider

Associate
BIO

Blair’s professional interests are in environmental justice and community engagement. She works extensively with EPA’s Technical Assistance Services for Communities program. Blair manages all project work on Navajo Nation, serving communities impacted by abandoned uranium mines in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. Blair is a tribal specialist, managing and advising projects with tribes throughout the lower 48 and Alaska, including Community Advisory Group formation, Community Involvement Plan development, community needs assessments and long-term technical support.

I BELIEVE…

In empowering communities to better understand issues that impact their lives and helping them get involved in the cleanup of their communities in ways that also honor their culture. I believe that all communities have the right to be involved, especially those that have been marginalized in the past, and that robust community participation makes for stronger communities and more thorough cleanups.

307-349-3601
ABOUT BLAIR

Traveler, thinker, extrovert, special needs parent, skier, lover of wild places.

EDUCATION

BA, Environmental Studies, Emphasis on Native American Studies
University of Montana

 

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“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is – ‘What are you doing for others?’”

– Martin Luther King Jr