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Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 11 a.m. – Noon | Coor 5635
Join us for a conversation with ASU Alumna, Jordan Hibbs, Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Energy (MSTP '15) and Ana Lopez, Environmental Scientist at SRP (MSTP '16), to learn how to maximize your time as an MSTP student and build skills for your ideal career path. Jordan and Ana will discuss tailoring your studies, internships, and applied project to position you for success after graduation.
Ana Lopez is a currently an environmental scientist in Salt River Project's Sustainability Policy & Programs department. As an MSTP student, she interned at the Kyl Center for Water Policy and focused on water policy and the water-energy nexus. Her applied project focused on sociopolitical and environmental issues surrounding the closure of Navajo Generating Station. Previous to being an MSTP student, Ana worked at the Arizona House of Representatives, an experience which first ignited her interest in environmental and water policy.
Prior to joining the federal government, Jordan worked as a Project Manager at the Arizona Department of Administration Office of Grants and Federal Resources as a contractor, where she managed several grant programs including a competitive funding award from the U.S. Department of Energy, focused on the energy efficiency at wastewater treatment plants. Jordan holds a Masters of Science and Technology Policy, and a Bachelor of Science in psychology, with a minor in political science from Arizona State University.