Eileen Alduenda is project manager for the Elmer Avenue Paseo Project, a demonstration and research project of the Council for Watershed Health. She has an MLA from the University of Washington where she focused on urban ecological systems and completed research for Seattle Public Utilities on Natural Drainage Systems as an approach to Low Impact Development. Previously, Eileen worked in Tucson, Arizona developing and managing projects related to sustainable design issues, energy and water conservation education, and rainwater harvesting. She worked in Boston, Massachusetts as a business development specialist for demand-side management programs for energy and water utility companies. Eileen holds an MA in Energy and Environmental Studies from Boston University, and a BA in Political Science from CSU Fullerton.
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