Andrea Kreiner has more than 30 years’ experience working at local, state and national levels to bring sustainability and strategic focus to planning, development and management of a wide range of initiatives. She navigates the organizational requirements of both the public and private sector projects with experience, with the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders, and plain, good business sense.
Whether it’s creating an effective program from your idea, dealing with government agencies on permitting issues, or charting a course for your organization’s future, Andrea Kreiner can help.
With a focus on approaches fostering sustainability, Andrea has helped a variety of organizations and government agencies develop strategies, implement business process improvements and manage the expectations of key stakeholders in projects involving a variety of issues, including energy, environment, transportation, tourism, and agriculture.
As Policy Advisor to Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner, Andrea advised the Governor and Cabinet members on the environment, agriculture, transportation, land use and energy issues. She spearheaded the Governor’s Energy Task Force, developed Principles for Responsible Industry in Delaware, co-developed the Livable Delaware land use initiative, and served on the executive committee of the National Governors Association Task Force on Electricity Infrastructure.
Andrea served as Chair of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable; held management positions with the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control; and co-chaired the Governor’s Advisory Council for the Department of Services to Children, Youth, and their Families. She has presented pollution prevention training courses and papers on several continents.
She holds a B.S. in Agricultural Economics from Cornell University and an M.S. in Resource Economics from the University of Rhode Island. She is certified as a LEED Accredited Professional with Operations and Maintenance specialty (LEED AP O+M).