Tami joined MEC in August 2017 to support the ethanol and biodiesel projects in Kansas. In January 2018, she became the Program Coordinator for the Central Kansas Clean Cities Coalition, managing event coordination, outreach, customer relationship management, program administration, research writing, and content development.
In addition to her work at MEC, Tami has several years of facility and non-profit management experience where she introduced sustainability measures to organization practices. She has Bachelor‘s degrees in Mathematics-Statistics and Geology and a Master’s in Environmental Science all from Wichita State University.
A life-long Kansan, Tami lives in Wichita with her husband and their three children. She is passionate about promoting the environmental health and local economies of both urban and rural communities across Kansas. In her free time, she volunteers with her son’s Cub Scout pack and her sorority housing board and enjoys DIY projects, spending time outdoors and cheering on the Shockers, Chiefs & Royals.