Ms. Clark has been a valued member of the Terra Nova team since 2011. Since that time she has been involved in a wide variety of projects, including the Green For Life Program, the Apple Valley Climate Action Plan, the SCAG/Rancho Cucamonga Foothill Boulevard BRT Corridor Plan, and the preparation of CEQA Initial Studies, elements of Specific Plans and General Plans and associated EIRs.
Ms. Clark brings her substantial quantitative analytical abilities to air quality analysis, water supply/demand modeling, and other statistical and quantitative analysis. Most recently, Ms. Clark has been conducting modeling and analysis on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and regulations, climate change science, impact analysis and mitigation strategies. She has developed GHG models for use in environmental studies in anticipation of forthcoming state regulations.
Ms. Clark has played an integral role in the Green for Life sustainability program of the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) and has also prepared several Water Supply Assessments (WSA) and Water Supply Studies for a variety of renewable energy projects, as well as the Museum Market Plaza WSA prepared for the Desert Water Agency.
Ms. Clark has been project planner with responsibility for Caltrans CEQA review and processing for the Ramon Road Widening Project and the Monterey Avenue Improvement Project in Rancho Mirage.
Ms. Clark is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation and Resource Studies. Her coursework emphasized sustainable urban development, environmental policy and community design. This multidisciplinary program emphasized sustainable environment issues, as well as the economic and social considerations associated with resource use, conservation, protection, and management.