Adrienne Taylor

VP of Energy & Environment Services

Adrienne is the Energy and Environment Practice Lead for Redhorse Corporation. She is responsible for nation-wide strategic business development for energy and environmental services. She also serves as Program Manager for the Natural and Cultural Resources Programs at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin. Adrienne has over 14 years of program management, business development, and technical expertise in the environmental and alternative fuel industries.

Prior to joining Redhorse, Adrienne served as a Program Manager to USACE and was the Navy Client Service Manager at Sullivan International Group, Inc. As Program Manager for the USACE Leaking Underground Fuel Tank (LUFT) Program supporting EPA Region 9 and the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), Adrienne provided consultation on the fate and transport of petroleum in the subsurface and helped in the development of a consistent approach to the investigation, threat evaluation, and closure of LUFT sites. As the Navy Client Service Manager, Adrienne provided strategic planning, and led the execution of and client satisfaction on Navy Contracts valued at greater than $200M, including NAVFAC SW and NAVFAC Midwest Environmental Multiple Award Contracts (EMAC), the NAVFAC SW Multimedia Environmental Compliance Contract (MMEC), and NAVFAC Hawaii SDVOSB Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC).

Adrienne formerly worked for Imperium Renewables, Inc., where she was the Hawaii-regional sales and business development manager. Imperium Renewables is a biodiesel company based in Washington State and Adrienne managed the permitting of the 100-million gallon transesterfication processing plant that was planned for construction in Hawaii including the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project. She also facilitated the importation of sustainably-sourced biodiesel to the islands for use in fleet vehicles.

Adrienne also worked for Weston Solutions, Inc. in Seattle, WA and Honolulu, HI under a variety of commercial, state, and federal contracts focused on site investigations and remediation, Brownfields assessments and clean-up, emergency response, environmental permitting and compliance, and fuels projects. Strategic clients included the EPA and the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE).

Adrienne has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Seattle University and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.