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Brigid Shea

Austin | Politician

Ms Shea began her career as a journalist at NPR stations in Minnesota and Pennsylvania, but later grew more interested in direct involvement in policy issues. In 1988, she arrived in Austin to start the Texas chapter of Clean Water Action. By 1992, she had grown engaged with the effort to protect Barton Springs, and went on to co-found and serve as the director of the Save Our Springs Coalition. Her interest then turned to government, and she ran and won a seat on Austin City Council. During her 1993-96 terms on Council, she focused on environmental, consumer and electoral concerns. Since 1999, she has worked as a consultant on carbon reduction, energy efficiency, sewer infrastructure, and water transfers. In 2014, she returned to government, and has served since on the Travis County Commissioners Court, emphasizing water conservation and wildfire prevention.

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November 17, 2018
Austin, Texas
Reel 3478

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