Bill Almas and his wife Karen have lived in San Luis Obispo for 21 years. He retired from Chevron as a Senior Real Estate Manager in 2015. He held various positions with Chevron and Unocal, including Environmental and Regulatory Manager, Manager of Government Affairs, Area Manager and Environmental and Regulatory Manager for Molycorp, a subsidiary of Unocal. He was the lead for Unocal property purchase and settlements associated with the Avila Beach remediation and managed the preparation of the San Luis Obispo Chevron Tank Farm Environmental Impact Report and various property sales. Prior to working for Chevron, Bill worked for several uranium mining and processing companies as an Environmental Manager and scientist. As such, he was responsible for permitting and compliance for operating facilities and was part of the team responsible for the decommissioning and reclamation of several uranium mining and processing facilities regulated by State and Federal authority.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University College of Natural Resources and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado. Bill He has held board positions in the Rotary Club of SLO Daybreak, San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church and the Literacy Council.
Current term concludes May, 2024