Karla Harre is the Technology Transfer Team Lead in the Environmental Restoration Division at the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) in Port Huenume, California and has worked for NFESC since 1994. She is responsible for managing NAVFAC's strategic plan to overcome barriers to the use innovative environmental remediation technologies. She facilitates the NAVFAC Environmental Restoration Optimization Workgroup and is a member of the NAVFAC Alternative Restoration Technology Team. Karla is the principal investigator for an ESTCP technology demonstration projects to demonstrate the recently developed Summit monitoring tools for reducing costs and improving effectiveness of long-term monitoring (LTM). Previous experience includes leading the acquisition of innovative remediation technologies and services, managing the logic development of the cost-to-complete (CTC) environmental budgeting component in the NORM business management system, leading Clean Up Review Tiger Teams to identify improved remediation strategies, and managing an innovative technology demonstration program performed on Navy environmental sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. Karla has been a member of the ITRC RPO team since 2003 and is an instructor on the team's Internet-based training courses. She earned bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1992 and a master's degree in business administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California in 2001.