Chair Kathleen L. Bienenstein (Clark County) – A resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, Kathleen Bienenstein is currently employed by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) as the program coordinator for Southern Nevada. Prior to moving to Nevada from Michigan, she spent 30 years as an automotive design engineer. Ms. Bienenstein holds a Bachelor of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Westbrook University and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Belford University. She is a member of the League of Women Voters and a volunteer with the USO. Ms. Bienenstein currently serves as Chair of the EM SSAB in Nevada. She is interested in public health and women’s issues. Ms. Bienenstein was appointed to the board in May 2008.
Jason T. Abel (Nye County) – A resident of Pahrump, Nevada, Jason Abel is currently employed as an environmental engineer with SLR International Corporation and works on projects unrelated to EM or DOE. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Utah and is a licensed professional engineer and certified environmental manager. Mr. Abel is a member of the Society of Civil Engineers and is interested in environmental issues.
Matthew D. Clapp (Clark County) – A resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. Clapp is the Branch Manager for Komatsu Equipment Company, which works on Remote Sensing Laboratory initiatives under a subcontract with the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. Mr. Clapp holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Florida. He is interested in economic development. Mr. Clapp was appointed to the board in October 2011.
Thomas W. Fisher, Ph.D. (Clark County) – Dr. Fisher is a retired teacher and resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. He holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida, a Master of Science in Physical Education from George Williams College of Aurora University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Colgate University. Dr. Fisher is a member of the Sky Ridge Homeowners Association and the Association of Curriculum and Development. He is concerned about environmental issues and environmentally friendly jobs. Dr. Fisher was appointed to the board in October 2011.
Arthur S. Goldsmith (Clark County) – Mr. Goldsmith is a retired teacher and resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. He holds a Professional Degree in Administration and Supervision and a Master of Arts in Biology from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, a Master of Arts in Marine Biology from Hofstra University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Adelphia University. His interests include the environment and public health. Mr. Goldsmith was appointed to the board in October 2011.
Vice Chair Donna L. Hruska (Clark County) – A 20-year resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, Ms. Hruska is currently self-employed as a Certified Public Accountant, with previous experience as a middle and high school teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from Western Illinois University, a Master of Arts in English from Loyola University, Chicago, and a Master of Business Administration in Taxation from Golden Gate University. Ms. Hruska is actively involved in the Clark County Medical Society Alliance and is a member of both the Nevada and California Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Solar Energy Society. Ms. Hruska’s interests include economic development, labor health and safety, public health, and the environment. Ms. Hruska was appointed to the board in April 2010.
Cheryl L. Kastelic (Nye County) – A resident of Pahrump, Nevada, Ms. Kastelic is currently employed as a clinical research nurse and manager with Health Care Partners of Nevada and as a part-time nurse with the Correctional Corporation of America. She studied at Metropolitan Community College and is a licensed practical nurse. Ms. Kastelic is also a certified clinical research coordinator and is interested in public health and environmental issues.
Janice E. Keiserman (Clark County) – A resident of Henderson, Nevada, Ms. Keiserman is a retired marketing/sales management professional. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts and English Literature from the University of New York at Binghamton. Ms. Keiserman is a member of the Sierra Club, the Clark County Democratic Central Committee, and Organizing for America. She is interested in public health and environmental issues.
Barry J. LiMarzi (Clark County) – A resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, LiMarzi is currently employed as an environmental project coordinator for United Road Towing. He holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Washington State University and is a certified hazardous materials manager. He is a current member of the Institute of Hazardous Materials Managers. Mr. LiMarzi is concerned about potential groundwater contamination at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and developing policies and procedures for cleanup and waste disposal. He was appointed to the board in October 2011 and is currently serving his first full term. .
Michael J. Moore (Clark County) – Mr. Moore has lived in Las Vegas, Nevada for more than 30 years. He is currently employed as the Transportation Department Technical Support Manager with the Clark County School District. For more than 13 years, Mr. Moore owned and operated Digital Mechanics, Inc., which specialized in Information Technology consulting services. Mr. Moore has a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration, a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems, and numerous Microsoft certifications. A United States Army veteran, Mr. Moore also serves his community as a member of the Regional Transportation Commission’s Bus Shelter and Bench Advisory Committee. Mr. Moore’s interests include civic pride and the environment. Mr. Moore was appointed to the board in April 2010.
Edward R. Rosemark (Lincoln County) – A resident of Panaca, Nevada, Mr. Rosemark is a juvenile corrections supervisor with the State of Nevada. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, he attended the Community College of the Air Force, where he took courses in Electronics Technology. Mr. Rosemark is interested in public health.
William P. Sears (Clark County) – A resident of Henderson, Nevada, Mr. Sears retired as Vice-President of Human Resources with MGM Grand Resorts in 2007. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of California Berkeley and is certified in labor arbitration. Mr. Sears is interested in economic and environmental issues.
Jack D. Sypolt (Nye County) – A resident of Amargosa Valley, Nevada, Jack Sypolt is a retired electrical contractor. Mr. Sypolt serves as Building Committee Chair of the Desert Seniors Project Council, President of the Amargosa Amateur Radio Club, and is interested in civic, business, and economic development issues.