We’re pleased to share the news that Jennifer Flannery has been named the Office Lead for CEC Philadelphia and is now a vice president within the firm.
Jennifer, who has most recently been leading the office’s Air Quality practice, takes over the Office Lead role from Anthony Eith, P.E. Tony led the office since he opened it in 2013. We thank Tony for his efforts to start the Philadelphia office and lead it to success!
“I am honored to assume Office Lead responsibilities, and appreciate the strong foundation that Tony has established,” Jennifer shared. “I look forward to continuing to broaden capabilities and establish a Philadelphia-specific brand, while maintaining the high-quality standards of CEC.”
“Jennifer is the best person to lead the office as she will leverage CEC’s culture of client-focused service to continue its advancement,” said CEC President and CEO Ken Miller. “Jennifer also demonstrated a strong commitment to the professional development and career advancement of the office’s employees.”
Jennifer joined CEC in 2017 and has more than 21 years of professional experience in environmental consulting. As an air quality specialist, she has extensive experience with permitting strategy, application development, and negotiation; agency interaction; public outreach; compliance tracking; and auditing. Flannery specializes in complex permitting—understanding the intricacies of New Source Review (NSR) both on a federal and state level—and is proficient in minor source permitting. Additionally, she has experience with water, wastewater, and hazardous waste regulations. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering from Wilkes University, and is a member of the Air & Waste Management Association, the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business & Industry, and the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of Women’s Energy Network for which she was most recently appointed Secretary.
Jennifer has assisted clients in the power/utility, solid waste, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum refining, food and beverage, and pulp and paper industries. She will continue in her lead roles for the office’s Oil & Gas and Power Market Groups, in addition to her role as the office’s Air Quality Practice Lead.
We’re honored to have Jennifer step into this role and thank her for her dedication and superior service to the office and to CEC. Congratulations, Jennifer!
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