Sandra Stash

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Sandy Stash is a director of the Institute for Sustainable Communities.

"Sandy Stash is the Vice President – Regulatory Affairs and Compliance for BP Exploration Alaska. Stash previously served as Vice President for Health, Safety and Environment for TNK-BP, Moscow, Russia, where she was responsible for all aspects of worker safety and health and environmental programs, commanding an organization of over 500 people with a budget of $150M. Previously, she was Vice President of Operations for Atlantic Richfield Company, where she oversaw the management of $3B in environmental, decommissioning, and legal financial provisions, including the oversight of environmental and product litigation, negotiations with regulators and outside stakeholders, and project and construction management. Ms. Stash has served as a Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and of the Montana State Chamber of Commerce. She is currently the President and Director of the Montana Tech Foundation. She graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a BSc Pet in 1981." [1]

External links

  • "Biography", Institute for Sustainable Communities, Accessed December 2006.