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Environmental Health & Safety Manager
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With an A.S. Degree in Bioenvironmental Engineering Technology and currently in the process of completing her Environmental Science B.S. Degree, as well as working her way to the near completion of her OSHA Safety and Health Specialist Certification, Odelsa Ramos began her Environmental, Health, and Safety profession in 2000. She received her training through the United States Air Force (USAF) School of Aerospace of Medicine. In 2001, Odelsa had the opportunity to hone her skills as a Bioenvironmental Engineering Technician at Buckley Air Force Base, where she worked in environmental and industrial hygiene sampling/compliance and emergency response.
In 2009, Odelsa was part of a four-man team that achieved the honor of winning the USAF Air Force CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear)
Challenge. The Challenge, in which six different teams compete, is based upon the hands-on usage of field response options, testing the competitors’ skills to assess, decipher and recondition in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive attack. That same year of 2009, Odelsa was Honorably Discharged, having proudly and successfully fulfilled her commitment to serve her country.
As a member of the Triple C family who is grateful for her current position as a Bioenvironmental Industrial Hygienist serving at FE Warren AFB in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Odelsa recently had the joy of receiving the following commendation from TSgt Theresa Bellflower, her Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge: “Thank you for stepping up and helping me out. I really appreciate you and I really wish there were Contractor of the Qtr awards or something. Only thing I can do is take you to lunch.” As demonstrated by this and other recognitions that testify to her work ethics, Odelsa daily weaves her favorite motto by Mahatma Gandhi into her professional conduct: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” In ways such as becoming a new participant in the Society of American Military Engineers Frontier Post, Odelsa looks for avenues by which she can further her goal of being the change that she wishes to see in the world.