The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America announced Monday that Lisa Beal, vice president of environment and construction policy, will resign at the end of the year.
Beal intends to further her education and pursue new opportunities in energy, natural gas and climate change.
“Lisa has been an instrumental part of INGAA’s initiatives and its successes on behalf of the interstate natural gas pipeline industry in the areas of environmental regulation, construction and employee health and safety,” said INGAA President and CEO Don Santa. “She also has been a contributor to many of the important studies published by the INGAA Foundation and a valued member of INGAA’s management team. We wish her success in her new endeavors.”
“I was privileged to be part of the INGAA team and to have been a contributor to the many milestones achieved by INGAA in my many years with the association. I have learned a great deal at INGAA. I look forward to focusing even more intently on energy and climate change issues in the next phase of my career,” Beal said.
Beal joined INGAA in 1996 as director of environmental policy.