2016 NAEM EHS and Sustainability Management Forum

Fawn Bergen, Senior Environmental Engineer, Global Sustainability; Intel Corp.

 

Fawn Bergen, Senior Environmental Engineer, Global Sustainability; Intel Corp.

Fawn Bergen is a program manager in Intel Corp.'s Global Sustainability Group. Intel is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, headquartered in Santa Clara, California In her role, she leads Intel's global sustainability programs for water conservation and stewardship efforts and carbon footprint In her previous role at Intel, she led the corporate air program for their global operations.

 

Fawn has worked in the environmental field over 18 years with experience in environmental sustainability and compliance program management, environmental permitting, compliance management, regulatory interpretation, auditing, and training Her career has spanned multiple roles in the manufacturing and mining industries (AMCOL International and CEMEX Inc.) as well as environmental consulting (Koogler Associates, Golder Associates, and MACTEC/ESE).

 

Fawn has a BS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida Residing in Portland, Oregon, she enjoys the beautiful Pacific Northwest outdoors with her two children and husband

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