About Us

Megan Moscol  Manager
ext.3615 | mmoscol@fullerton.edu

Megan MoscolMegan Moscol is the Sustainability Programs Manager with CSU Fullerton's Facilities Operations and Management. Megan has supported or managed successful Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification on over 1 million square feet of new construction with a combined budget of over $200 Million and is focused on documenting, integrating, and promoting sustainability in the major topic categories of location and transportation, sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality.


Tamara Wallace Coordinator 
ext. 2080 | tawallace@fullerton.edu

Tamara WallaceTamara Wallace is the Sustainability Projects Coordinator with CSU Fullerton's Facilities Operations and Management. Tamara is an alumna from CSU Fullerton, where she completed both her Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Geography. Using her campus as her "living laboratory," her Master's thesis research considered the impact of sustainability assessments on the campus employee populations, and placed a focus on student populations' awareness of campus sustainability features in relation to general awareness of sustainability principles. Tamara continues to work on sustainability assessments, and other community outreach sustainability projects for the campus. Other areas of professional experience include municipal sustainability programs and community outreach, California environmental policy, and community college sustainability course instruction.


Kevin Mattson Coordinator 
ext. 7492 | kmattson@fullerton.edu

Kevin MattsonKevin Mattson received his BA 2008 and MA 2010 in Geography from CSU Fullerton. He also completed his LEED AP BD+C accreditation and Sustainable Business Management Certificate from UCI Extension. After graduation, Kevin received his first professional experience in regards to resource management by working as an Environmental Projects Assistant with ARAMARK at the Anaheim Convention Center. This helped pave the path to Waste Management Recycling Services where he furthered his development in waste reduction, waste diversion, and recycling commodities markets. An innovative sustainability professional, Kevin has launched multiple new waste and recycling programs using extensive experience in process developments and stakeholder collaboration. Kevin is excited to be back at his Alma Mater, CSU Fullerton, working with Facilities Operations.