Year Inducted / Awarded: 2011
Member Award: Academy of Distinguished Engineers
P.E., BCEE, CSP Kristin Morico is Global Leader of General Electric’s Water Program working in the Corporate Environmental Program department in Fairfield, CT. Overseeing a variety of global programs across GE, she is responsible for the strategic development and implementation of GE’s 4th ecomagination commitment to reduce water consumption 25% by 2015; leads global wastewater and EPCRA/PRTR compliance programs; spearheads GE’s new Environmental Excellence Certification Program; and provides strategic leadership for a companywide PSM task force. During her 26-year career, Ms. Morico has held positions of increasing responsibility within companies that include Clairol; Malcolm Pirnie; ABB/Combustion Engineering, where she was Environmental Compliance Officer; Pratt & Whitney, where she was Director of Global Environmental Programs, and EHS Governance; and Tyco International, where she was Director of Environmental Programs. She is a licensed Professional Engineer, Board Certified Environmental Engineer in the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, Certified Safety Professional, and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, advisor to the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, and was recently appointed a lecturer at Yale FES. Ms. Morico received her B.S. in biology from Fairfield University, a MEM in Environmental Management from Yale University, and an EMBA from UConn.