A Discussion with Heather Tomley and Tim Demoss on the CAAP and New Clean Truck Fund
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
11:45 AM - 12:00 PM • Zoom Networking Session
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • Keynote
The first fifteen minutes of this webinar will be spent in networking session breakout rooms.
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Heather Tomley, Managing Director of Planning and Environmental Affairs, Port of Long Beach
Heather Tomley is Managing Director of Planning and Environmental Affairs for the Port of Long Beach, California, named to the post in 2019, leading the Port’s Environmental Planning, Master Planning and Transportation Planning divisions. She joined the Port in 2005 as an Environmental Planning Associate and was promoted through the ranks to Director of Environmental Planning in 2014.
The Planning Bureau’s portfolio includes efforts to implement Green Port Policy, protect habitat, improve air and water quality, manage stormwater, adapt to climate change, implement the Port’s energy initiatives, manage the Community Grants Program, find transportation efficiencies, seek and manage grants for transportation infrastructure and environmental projects, analyze traffic patterns and identify rail improvements, plan for future land uses, and facilitate strategic planning.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Tomley served as a Project Scientist with SCS Engineers and an Air Quality Specialist for the San Luis Obispo County (Calif.) Air Pollution Control District.
Ms. Tomley earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and her Master of Science in Environmental Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Tim DeMoss, Environmental Affairs Officer, Port of Los Angeles
Tim DeMoss is an Environmental Affairs Officer for the Air Quality Section in the Port of Los Angeles’ Environmental Management Division. Currently, Mr. DeMoss leads a team of 3 dedicated and hardworking Environmental Specialists and one Supervisor in managing projects which involve reducing air emissions from the five major Port sources (ships, trucks, trains, cargo handling equipment and harbor craft) that move freight into and out of the Ports. The Air Quality Section’s latest and greatest efforts have been focused on procuring large grant funding awards to demonstrate and deploy zero and near-zero emission cargo handling equipment and on-road trucks at the Port and throughout the region.
While Mr. DeMoss has been a Port of Los Angeles employee for over 15 years, he has managed environmental projects and efforts involving hazardous waste, solid waste, water quality, and air quality for the City of Los Angeles throughout the last 31 years.
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