Mary Luevano

Policy and Legislative Affairs Director, Global Green USA

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Policy and Legislative Affairs Director at Global Green USA, based in Santa Monica, California

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Los Angeles'  Department of Water and Power  is looking for a new general manager after Friday's abrupt departure of David Nahai. He'll be going to work for former President Clinton.

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