Greta Brownlow, PhD is a Senior Manager at ICF, where she specializes in CEQA and NEPA compliance. Over the course of her 19-year career as an environmental consultant, Dr. Brownlow has collaborated with numerous agencies, developers, and local communities in implementing development projects throughout California. Dr. Brownlow also serves as Adjunct Faculty at both San José State University and California State University East Bay, where she teaches Environmental Planning (a graduate course in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning), and Environmental Impact Assessment (a core, undergraduate course in the Environmental Studies Department), respectively. Dr. Brownlow earned an MA in Urban Planning from U.C.L.A. and a PhD in Social and Cultural Studies in Education from UC Berkeley. Her doctoral research at UC Berkeley focused on public outreach and activism around new school planning in Los Angeles. A synopsis of this work was published in Building Schools and Community Connections: Outreach and Activism for New Schools in Southeast L.A., in Schools and Urban Revitalization: Rethinking Institutions and Community Development, Patterson, K. and Silverman, R., eds, New York: Routledge, 2013.