Amelia Mioranza joined Isle after nearly three years working with the U.S. EPA’s Environmental Technology Innovation Clusters Program, where she supported the development of community-based, public-private partnerships known as water clusters. She brings experience and knowledge supporting stakeholder collaboration, along with program coordination, project management, communications, and research skills. Amelia gained a passion and interest in water technology innovation through her work at EPA, and she enjoys continuing that work at Isle. Previously, she held several marketing and communications roles performing outreach and executing sustainability programs.
Amelia earned a bachelor’s degree in geography with a specialization in environment and society from The Ohio State University.