Reinhard Hanselka serves as CRB's Director of Code Compliance. With 39 years of experience in hazardous material and fire code compliance, Dr. Hanselka provides his specialized knowledge and expertise to CRB's domestic and international clients. Dr. Hanselka earned a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Delaware, an M.S. from Stroud University, and a B.S. in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. He has made enormous contributions to numerous jurisdictions and industries over the past four decades, currently serving as Consultant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense. Dr. Hanselka holds several U.S. and International patents, and is an author and frequent lecturer on subjects of hazardous materials and ultra-pure systems.
Liliana Mejia, Hazardous Waste Program Specialist, San Mateo County Department of Environmental Health
Liliana Mejia is the Hazardous Waste Program Specialist for San Mateo County. She coordinates the implementation of the hazardous waste inspection and enforcement program, provides assistance to regulated business, conducts regulatory inspections, and provides direction to CUPA inspectors to ensure consistency with the implementation of the program.
She started her career in Peru working for a local government agency, and then for the regulatory compliance division of a Natural Gas Fractionation Plant where she gained experience implementing compliance programs to meet international regulatory commitments. After moving to the United States, she started in the consulting sector assisting clients to comply with OSHA requirements and Certified Unified CUPA Programs. She has been working for San Mateo County for more than four years. She is passionate about educating the regulated community to promote compliance.
Liliana holds a BS in Environmental Engineering from the Federico Villarreal University (Peru), and an MS in Environmental Management from the University of San Francisco.
Sandy Skees leads the sustainability practice as well as managing the growth of BSI's Northern California region in delivering consulting services and program implementation ranging from sustainability and corporate social responsibility, to worker safety, business continuity planning, responsible supply chain, and EHS services.
Prior to BSI, Sandy served as Managing Director for Fenton Communications West Coast, accelerating progress through social change communications. Over the years, her work with corporations, nonprofits, and NGOs has been focused on consumer products, recycling and waste, renewable energy, supply chain and human rights issues. She was also a partner at Porter Novelli, where she managed the global HP account team in 20 cities/10 countries around the world. She brings over 25 years’ experience in leading professional service firms, corporate and communications strategy. She is a seasoned speaker on brand, messaging and sustainability strategy.