About The Sustainability Team
Focus areas: Solar Assistance; Energy Efficiency; Green Business
Dana Armanino is a Planner on the Marin County Community Development Agency's Sustainability Team. She received her undergraduate degree in Environment, Economics and Politics and a Masters degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her emphasis during her degree program was in water resource management and pollution prevention.
Ms. Armanino spent several years in Colorado leading outdoor tours. She also worked for the Aspen Skiing Company's Environmental Affairs department on green building and waste reduction programs. In 2000, Ms. Armanino moved back to her native Marin County to run her family's commercial cabinet company. She joined the County of Marin staff in May 2003 to coordinate the County's Green Business, energy efficiency and solar programs.
Sustainability Marketing and Outreach Specialist
Focus areas: Community Outreach, Marketing, Energy Efficiency and Home Performance
Kellen Dammann began working with the Marin County Community Development Agency's Sustainability Team in 2013. Mr. Dammann works on sustainability programs relating to the County of Marin's involvement with the the Bay Area Regional Energy Network and Energy Watch Partnership. Before moving the the Bay Area, Mr. Dammann worked on sustainability projects for non-profits and other government agencies in Southern California. He attended UC Santa Barbara and earned bachelor degrees in Comparative Literature and Spanish Literature and coordinated the student-run recycling program on campus. He is also a Certified Green Building Professional and a Certified Energy Manager in Training.
Focus areas: Green Building, Energy Efficiency, Climate Protection, Agriculture
Alice Zanmiller is a Planner with the Marin County Community Development Agency's Sustainability Team. She received her degree in City and Regional Planning from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. She worked as a planner developing climate action plans and greenhouse gas inventories prior to joining the County in August of 2016.
Alice works on sustainability programs and initiatives that support the implementation of the County’s Climate Action Plan, adopted in 2015. This includes policy and implementation support for the County's Green Building Program, Energy Watch Partnership, and Regional Codes and Standards group. Additionally, she works to implement other Climate Action Plan measures that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, agriculture, and the built environment in the County of Marin.
Focus areas: Alternative Commuting, Climate Action Planning, Current Planning
Sabrina Sihakom currently works as a Planner with the Marin County Community Development Agency’s Sustainability Team. She is currently focused on managing the marketing and outreach for the County’s RideGreen Commute Alternatives Program, coordinating the County’s Climate Action Plan implementation efforts, and providing support to other CDA planning programs.
Prior to joining the County, Sabrina worked on agricultural and business sustainability projects in the private sector as the Sustainability Program Coordinator of a family-owned wine company in Sonoma County. She received her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Planning with an emphasis in Conservation and Restoration from Sonoma State University. In her spare time, you can find her under the sea scuba diving off of the frigid Northern California Coast.
The County is currently a member of the following organizations: