Austin Peay alumna finalist for Nashville environment, sustainability award
(Posted Friday, July 30, 2021)
An Austin Peay State University alumna, Angel Fowler, has been selected as a finalist in the 2020 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards (NELA) in the Environment and Sustainability category.
Fowler, who earned a Master of Science in Biology in 2012, is senior regulatory specialist at Resource Environmental Solutions LLC in Nashville. She’ll find out if she wins the award during a ceremony at Lipscomb University on Aug. 5.
The NELAs recognize young professionals in 14 industry classifications who are excelling in their careers and making a difference in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Other finalists in the category are Alice Hudson Pell, associate director, TennGreen Land Conservancy; Meg Morgan, Root Nashville campaign manager, Cumberland River Compact; and Leah Sherry, executive director, Turnip Green Creative Reuse.
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