We are pleased to introduce Amanda Hartmann to the GLACC team. As program assistant, Amanda works on programs that get clean fuels and vehicles on the road in Michigan’s capital region.

Amanda grew up in southeastern Michigan and received her degree in Environmental Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2010. She has spent two years doing research & development on sustainable pavement and has also worked for the National Park Service in Alaska.

Amanda’s position is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Internship Program. GLACC is thrilled to welcome her aboard.