Tripepi Smith to Host Second Organics Recycling WebinarRegister Now
Cities throughout the State of California must require residents to make changes to long-standing habits around how they dispose of food scraps and other types of organic waste. Change is hard but, with the long-time experience of helping local government agencies execute community outreach campaigns, Tripepi Smith is providing agencies with resources to succeed. The Tripepi Smith team launched a free educational webinar series focused on SB 1383 and organics recycling, and the second installment is coming up.
The second webinar in the series, “Scaling Your SB 1383 Education Efforts for Maximum Impact”, will be held on Wednesday, May 17 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. via Zoom.
Educating community members on Senate Bill 1383 requirements is key to driving behavior change and advancing the bill’s long-term goals. At the same time, cities and other jurisdictions have limited staff and other resources available to educate each and every member of their community. The panel, Jennifer Nentwig, Principal at Tripepi Smith, Janna Faulk, Recycling Coordinator at Salinas Valley Recycles, and Josh Soliz, Public Admin Manager for the City of Orange, will cover what an agency can do to scale education resources to reach more corners of its community.
Jennifer Nentwig is a talented, well-rounded communications professional and project manager with more than 13 years of experience serving government organizations. She has built and implemented programs in strategic communications, media relations, internal communication, community relations and social media. Her skills include website and social media management, development of content including articles, speeches, talking points and FAQs, as well as event planning and implementation.
Janna Faulk has worked for the past five years on proactive environmental protection through the promotion of positive behavior change. After 13 years in environmental regulation, Janna turned to a career in active public engagement working with the community on matters such as waste reduction, sustainability, and dumping reduction.
Josh Soliz has been with the City of Orange since 2007. Some of his various duties include managing the City’s solid waste contract, the department’s budget, and City facility projects. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and received his Master’s in Public Administration from Cal State Long Beach.Register Now