Join us for a lunchtime seminar with Patrick Hanlon, Director of Environmental Programs for the City of Minneapolis. Patrick oversees the Lead and Healthy Homes unit and the Environmental Services unit for the City of Minneapolis Health Department. His division works across departments and with partner organizations throughout the city to address indoor and outdoor environmental air quality and health related issues. This new position was created in response to increased attention on the health of the environment and its impact on human health.
About the Speaker
Patrick Hanlon came to the City in 2005 as a restaurant security liaison after completing his Peace Corps service in the country of Vanuatu as a vocational teacher. While at the City he has worked as an administrative analyst for the Rainleader Disconnect Program, an environmental inspector, environmental supervisor and environmental initiatives manager for the Environmental Services Unit. Hanlon is a certified hazardous material manager with a technical background in lead risk assessment, asbestos inspections, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), stormwater management and other environmentally related fields. Hanlon grew up in Minnesota but was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, and remains a diehard Red Sox fan.
(Source: City of Minneapolis)
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