Jonathan D. Moreno. Professor of ethics at the David and Lyn Silfen University and professor of medical ethics and history and sociology of science at the University of Pennsylvania, Moreno is also a visiting professor of biomedical ethics at the University of Virginia. He is also an elected member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies and is a National Associate of the National Research Council, Faculty Affiliate of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and a fellow at the Hastings Center and the New York Academy of Medicine.
Dr. Jose Cordero. A pediatrician and geneticist with close to 30 years of public health experience related to birth defects, developmental disabilities and children's health, Cordero is the Director of the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities at the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.
Energy And Natural Resources Team
Elizabeth Montoya. An expert in human resource management and strategic planning, Montoya advises the Chief Executive officer and Chief Operating officer of Sealaska Corporation in Juneau, Alaska. She has held human resource management positions as associate director of Presidential Personnel in the White House, as deputy chief of staff at the Department of Energy and as associate director of management and administration at the Small Business Administration.
Environmental Protection Agency Review Team
Cecilia V. Estolano. Estolano currently serves as the chief executive officer of the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles and previously she practiced land use and environmental law at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. She has also served in various city and federal positions including special assistant to the City Attorney in the Los Angeles City Attorney's office, senior policy advisor to the Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and she was a member of the California Coastal Commission.
Corporation For National Service Review Team
Michael Camunez. Experienced in business litigation, corporate investigations and regulatory defense, Camunez is currently a partner in the law firm of O'Melveny & Myers in Los Angeles, California. A leading pro bono attorney, he also served as the senior policy adviser for national service in the Clinton Administration. He also served as the program officer and director of the National Service Demonstration Program at the U.S. Commission on National and Community Service.
Executive office of The President Team
Thomas Soto. An expert in environmental and energy policy and climate change, Soto is co-founder of Craton Equity Partners, a clean technology investment fund based in Southern California. He served as vice chairman of the California State Board of Corrections and the State Coastal Commission. He was also appointed by President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Warren Christopher and Madelene Albright to the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission. Related to NAFTA, the commission worked to make environmental sustainabililty a major priority in the implementation of NAFTA. He is also currently a member of the New America Alliance, a leading Latino business group involved in finance.
Mario Molina. A professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of California in San Diego, Molina was formerly a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He served on the President's Committee of Advisors in Science and Technology from 1994 through 2000. He was honored with a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1995 for his studies related to the Earth's ozone layer.
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