Suzanne FoleyPrincipal

Suzanne Foley has more than 30 years of experience working in the field of air quality engineering, permitting and compliance.  Before starting Foley Environmental, she worked as a Senior Program Manager at AMEC Earth and
Environmental.  In that position, she was responsible for marketing, project management and technical oversight, providing excellent service to clients in a wide variety of industries, including: Onshore and offshore oil and gas production, agriculture, construction, mining, geothermal, wind and solar development, bio-medical, and marine shipping.  
Prior to AMEC, Suzanne was the manager of the Environmental, Safety and Regulatory Compliance Group for a California-based offshore oil company. In that role, she was responsible for all aspects of safety and emergency response planning and for oversight of the company’s air, waste and water programs as they applied to permitting, operations, remediation and prevention.  She was a part of the company’s emergency response team and is familiar with NPREP procedures.  She served on the executive board of a major California Oil Spill Response Organization; for five years as Chair.

Her technical qualifications include project management, permit compliance strategies and negotiations with permitting agencies, offsets trading, engineering design and scientific analysis of impact assessment under CEQA and NEPA, and air pollution control technologies.

Beth Moisan, Director

Beth Moisan has 18 years of experience in environmental planning and permitting of complex and controversial development projects, including preparation of both California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National

Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents. Prior to joining Foley Environmental Beth worked as a project manager in private consulting, leading technical tasks, managing renewable and traditional energy projects, supporting or leading multi-disciplinary permitting projects within California. Projects that she has supported or led include a full spectrum of infrastructure work: wind and solar facility permitting, natural gas-fired power plants, transmission line routing and permitting, substation construction,natural gas pipeline permitting,  nuclear waste facility permitting, and mining and landfill expansion projects. Beth was employed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in the Energy Division and responsible for managing the environmental review of energy projects in compliance with CEQA and CPUC policies and procedures; the review of permits and applications from utility companies, including electric transmission lines throughout the state, and other linear projects and the coordination of outreach efforts with local officials and concerned citizens. Beth maintains an excellent relationship with CPUC staff members. 

Her expertise includes site development for power infrastructure, project management, environmental permitting, facility siting, agency negotiations and preparation of CEQA and NEPA documentation.