Lydia Scheer has worked with ITEP's American Indian Air Quality Training Program since July 1998. She started out as a student assistant while completing her BA in Anthropology at Northern Arizona University and joined ITEP's regular staff in 1999. Her primary responsibilities at ITEP include coordination of the annual National Tribal Forum on Air Quality, and managing the Professional Assistance Program, which assists tribes with getting specialized assistance for their air quality training needs. Additionally, Lydia helps coordinate and develop ITEP's air quality training courses, manages ITEP's environmental resource database as well as a database of tribal environmental contacts and training history, and responds to inquiries and requests for information and assistance from tribes and other entities regarding ITEP's programs and services.
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Last updated: November 7, 2012