Carrie M. Staton is the Associate Director at the Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center (NBAC) at West Virginia University. Carrie manages the West Virginia Redevelopment Collaborative (WVRC), a program designed to help West Virginia communities capture the maximum economic, environmental, and social benefit from the remediation and reuse of brownfields through a collaborative redevelopment process. Carrie oversees the identification and pursuit of research priorities and opportunities for the NBAC, including facilitating collaboration with faculty and communities on such topics as brownfields and community development; community engagement; and the environmental, economic, health, and social impacts of brownfields.
Carrie has experience in grantwriting, community engagement, program development & evaluation, and event planning. Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Nonprofit Administration from Bethany College and a Master of Public Administration degree from West Virginia University.