Stephanie Fiorenza is a technology specialist for BP's Remediation Engineering and Technology group with primary responsibility for chlorinated solvent-impacted sites and bioremediation approaches throughout the US. Stephanie has been involved with sustainable remediation since the inception of SURF in 2006 and is now focused on sustainable remediation efforts within BP. Her recent presentations on sustainable remediation have been at Battelle in May 2010, US EPA's Brownfield Symposium in November 2009, Nicole's Sustainable Remediation meeting in June 2009 in Belgium, and EPA's Tanks Conference in March 2009. Some of her current activities are serving as a member of the SURF Board of Trustees, member of ITRC's Green and Sustainable Remediation work group, liaison for a retrospective study of environmental impacts of remediation technologies at underground storage tank sites, and sustainability assessments of proposed remedial solutions. Prior to joining BP in 2006 she managed pilot tests of innovative remediation technologies at US DOD sites. She received her Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering from Rice University, where her dissertation work focused on in situ bioremediation, and her B.A. from Brown University, where her undergraduate thesis was an analysis of the energy gain from a passive solar retrofit of a residential building converted to university offices.