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Effort focused on careers in public service features EGLE environmental quality analyst

Courtney Fung with remnant slag at the McLouth Steel Superfund Site in Trenton.Hazardous waste sites are normally something to steer well clear of. Not so for EGLE Environmental Quality Analyst Courtney Fung, who's (figuratively) waist-deep in hazardous sites every day as part of her job!

The Driving Change organization recently featured the career of Courtney Fung, an environmental quality analyst in the Remediation and Redevelopment Division at the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).

Driving Change's goal is to inspire the recommitment to public service with a focus on the stories of people already engaged in effective public service.

Courtney's story is part of its new video series, #DrivingChangeinGov, in which changemakers talk about their government service and answer questions.

As an Environmental Quality Analyst with the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), Courtney Fung works to remediate and restore hazardous waste sites to reduce risks to the environment and surrounding communities.

"Daily, I collaborate with communities, stakeholders, and government agencies to work toward a common goal, the protection of public health and the environment," Fung says. "I highly encourage anyone to consider public service. It is rewarding beyond measure to be a part of the EGLE team with the power to positively impact people's lives."

Read about Courtney's journey toward a career at EGLE.

Check out all EGLE job postings.

Caption: Courtney Fung with remnant slag at the McLouth Steel Superfund Site in Trenton.

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