Ashley Kunz, CSP is an Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) professional with over 13 years of experience in Safety and Health Management. Prior to joining Micron Technology, Ashley worked for AECOM (formerly Washington Group International, URS Corporation) supporting multiple high risk, critical projects domestically in industries such as: construction, nuclear operations, environmental clean-up, government, mining, and chemical weapons demilitarization. It was during this time that she gained experience in implementing large scale S&H programs for: construction (SR-125 Freeway San Diego, Port Washington Power Generating Station Milwaukee), Department of Energy (Idaho National Laboratory, Hanford Site), Department of Defense (Umatilla Chemical Weapons Disposal Facility) projects as well as a professional role within AECOM /URS Corporate EHS. She has experience in ISO 18001 & 14001 certification as well as VPP (Voluntary Protection Programs) certification for both the government and private industry. She has held several leadership positions throughout her previous company in areas of EHS and currently holds an EHS Leadership position with Micron Technology where she has received recognition for S&H excellence. She was a founder and key contributor to the Safety Fest of the Great Northwest Northern Idaho branch and has participated as an instructor for multiple Safety Fests around the State of Idaho over the last 7 years. She has presented at national and regional safety conferences on a variety of topics. Ashley holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology/Chemistry from College of Idaho, a Master’s Degree in Industrial Hygiene from Montana Tech University, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration Strategy from Gonzaga University. Ashley is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and has sat on the board of the Professional Development Committee (PDC – 2013) for ASSE National. She is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has taught university courses related to S&H as an adjunct professor.