At CMRK, our mission, “Clothing with a Conscience,” is designed to empower and uplift communities and individuals by promoting environmental sustainability through the ethical collection of second-chance clothing, shoes, and household items. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service to our non-profit partners and our loyal and dedicated customers.

Cody Marshall

With more than 15 years of industry experience, Cody has led projects across the recycling supply chain starting with his time managing city and county recycling operations in Orange County, North Carolina, where he saw firsthand how to make a lasting difference in waste diversion at the local level. From there, Cody became a Senior Consultant for sustainability and recycling consulting firm RRS, where he helped build The Recycling Partnership model. At The Partnership, Cody leads a team of experienced problem solvers to provide grants, assistance, and proven technical resources to local and state recycling programs as well as processing facilities throughout the U.S.

Rob Gogan (Moderator for Session 1)

MassRecycle Board member and Secretary, Rob Gogan, is retired from his long-term role as Recycling and Waste Manager for Harvard University.  At Harvard, he oversaw waste reduction, surplus management, recycling, composting, and disposal for the campus.  Rob’s ongoing recycling interests focus on maintaining consumers’ opportunities for recycling, establishing a culture of reuse, supporting the repair movement, promoting producer responsibility, and building community through sharing.  He serves on the Mass. Product Stewardship Council, is leader of the Podcast committee and Tours committee.

Alison Beucler

Alison Beucler, current Sanitation and Hazardous Material Program Manager for the City of Somerville, is an aspiring leader in the solid waste and recycling industry. Starting out as the Environmental Outreach Coordinator for the City of Melrose after a year of teaching high school in 2022, she discovered a new interest in the waste industry. Combining her passion for education and the waste industry, Alison worked to educate the residents of Melrose about effective ways to refuse, reduce, reuse, repurpose, and recycle at home, work, and in school. Alison continues her work in the waste industry, serving the citizens of the City of Somerville.

Anya Pforzheimer 

Anya Pforzheimer is the Recycling and Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Watertown. Anya has been tasked with implementing a city-wide free composting program that now has over 2,500 households enrolled. Her role focuses on creating waste diversion programs for the residents of Watertown and strategizing how to achieve a 30% reduction in waste by the year 2030. 

Sarah Healey (Moderator for Session 2)

Sarah is a MassRecycle Board member and oversees the Zero Waste Program for BU Sustainability. With a goal to be zero waste by 2030, Sarah’s main role is to implement and refine the strategy outlined in the BU Zero Waste Plan.  Prior to joining BU, they worked for Casella Waste Systems where they supported higher education and healthcare facilities with their waste reduction goals. Sarah has an MBA in Sustainability from the University of Vermont, is a TRUE Zero Waste Advisor, and has served on the leadership team of the US Composting Council’s Young Professionals. 

Jan Ameen

Jan Ameen has worked in the solid waste management field since 1989, for the State of Vermont and two regional solid waste districts.  She was the Program Director for the Franklin County (MA) Solid Waste Management District from 1995 to 1999.  Since 1999, she has served as the District’s Executive Director.  The district is comprised of 21 towns in western Massachusetts with a population of 50,000.  She has worked extensively with municipalities, schools, and businesses on all aspects of solid waste management.  She holds a B.S. from the University of Rhode Island and a M.S. from Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, NH.

Carin Stuart

Carin Stuart has spent 25 years working in government affairs and compliance within the electronics and battery industry. She worked for Energizer Holdings for 11 years overseeing their compliance and safety programs for batteries and electronic devices. In early 2022, she joined Call2Recycle as the Steward Relations Manager overseeing the steward program as well as government relations. She has an undergraduate degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University. 

John Fischer

John Fischer is Deputy Division Director for Solid Waste Materials Management at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP).  In this position, he oversees MassDEP’s development and implementation of the Solid Waste Master Plan, including MassDEP’s regulatory, permitting, compliance, and grant and assistance programs, to manage solid waste and advance waste reduction, recycling, and composting in Massachusetts.  He has been with MassDEP since 1998.  John holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Ecology from Connecticut College and a Master’s in City Planning, focusing on Environmental Policy and Planning, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Dilia Camacho
Dilia Camacho is Business & Client Relations Manager at AshBritt, with 24 years of combined experience in the private and public sectors.  Specializing in regulatory and contractual compliance, she excels in solid waste operations, hazardous waste management, waste reduction, recycling, and emergency disaster recovery. Notably, Ms. Camacho played a key role in managing the recovery process for Hurricane Irma’s impact in Collier County, Florida. Her sustainable contributions include successfully developing and managing  the County’s Waste Reduction and Recycling Programs, resulting in a 28% increase in the countywide recycling rate through grassroots initiatives and education outreach.

Deb Darby (Moderator for Session 3)

Debra Darby is a client manager with 15 years of organics experience, and leads organics practice for Tetra Tech’s Solid Waste East region. She has garnered a reputation as a leader in her field through her extensive background in compostable materials, assisting clients through the design and implementation of organics diversion, including composting and anaerobic digestion systems. Ms. Darby is a U.S. Composting Council Certified Composting Professional, has 20 years of experience in environmental marketing, and has served as a strategic advisor in the public and private sectors.

Rosanna Delrosario 

Rosanna is the Recycling Coordinator for the City of Lawrence and a MassRecycle board member.  Since moving to the United States 16 years ago, she has worked in Management and Operations in diverse fields including healthcare and air travel.  She joined the world of recycling with her position at the City Of Lawrence. She is passionate about her work, and enjoys learning how much we can do to help our environment.  In her free time she loves to travel with her husband and 3 kids. 

Waneta Trabert 

MassRecycle Vice President and MassPSC Chair, Waneta Trabert, is the Director of Sustainable Materials Management for the City of Newton.  Her experience in electronics, EPR, and managing packaging waste for both the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI), made Waneta a perfect fit as an officer of the MassRecycle Product Stewardship Council.  She also managed hazardous waste at McMurdo Station, Antarctica during the 2014-2015 austral summer season.