Quintana Hayden serves as Senior Director, Wildlife and Federal Lands for ACP. In this role, Quintana leads ACP’s engagement on siting and regulatory issues related to wildlife and to clean power development on federal lands. She manages the Wildlife and Federal Permitting Committee, as well as the Bat, Eagle, MBTA, and State Wildlife Regulatory Subcommittees. Prior to joining ACP, Quintana was an environmental consultant for more than 13 years, where she specialized in advising clean power clients on Endangered Species Act compliance strategies and led successful ESA permitting efforts for a wide variety of projects and species. Quintana has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Colorado College and a master’s degree in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from Colorado State University. She lives in Colorado with her husband and two sons.
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