Women in the Environment is pleased to announce the addition of two new Board members. We look forward to an exciting year ahead. Welcome Christina and Savannah.

Savannah Dosher is the Environmental Programs Coordinator for the City of Irving. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Arizona State University, and an Associate of Science from Dallas College, where she gained a strong foundation in biological sciences and environmental studies. Savannah has a diverse background in sustainability, renewable energy, air quality, EV infrastructure, green initiatives, water quality, and aquatic animal care. She is passionate about the environment, renewable energies, and conserving and encouraging urban ecosystems.

Christina Morado joined Women in the Environment in December 2023. She is a dedicated advocate for recycling and sustainable living. She has a passion for the environment and a commitment to making a positive change.

Christina attended the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Her love for recycling began on campus. She is a student at heart and her studies further fueled her desire to promote sustainable practices.

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