Here's an anouncement today from the Pebble Partnership about a key job that has been filled in its Anchorage office.
Charlotte MacCay Joins Pebble Partnership as Manager, Permitting Affairs
Pebble Partnership CEO John Shively is pleased to announce that longtime Alaska mining professional Charlotte MacCay has joined the company as Manager, Permitting Affairs. In her new role, Ms. MacCay will work closely with Dr. Michael Smith, the Partnership's NEPA & Permitting Manager, and will be responsible for directing the development and submission of all necessary permit applications for the Pebble Project, as well as for coordinating the Pebble Project Team and state/federal agency engagement.
Ms. MacCay has 20 years of experience in large-scale environmental management specializing in natural resource development, with a focus on permit acquisition; baseline studies development and oversight; terrestrial, freshwater, marine and air quality monitoring; and compliance management. She earned a B.S. in Environmental Studies, Ecosystems Management and Assessment from Western Washington University.
As well as working as the senior regulatory and permitting manager at Bristol Environmental and Engineering Services Corporation, Ms. MacCay previously managed a rigorous baseline studies and permitting program at Alaska Gold's Rock Creek Mine, and worked as the Senior Administrator of Environmental and Regulatory Affairs at Red Dog Mine.
The Pebble Partnership is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to applying the most advanced science and modern mining practices to the development of the Pebble Project. Pebble has the potential to become a world-class copper mine benefitting all Alaskans, while helping to build sustainable communities today and for future generations.