Due to his deep appreciation and commitment to the national parks and monuments of Utah, Energy Fuels’ VP of Marketing & Corporate Development, Curtis Moore was recently elected Chair of the Friends of Arches and Canyonlands (FOACP), a non-profit organization committed to providing funding for National Park and Monument priorities, youth education programs, financial support for the preservation of dark skies and funding for the National Park Service’s Volunteer program. Energy Fuels is headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado, and has several operations in San Juan County, UT, including the White Mesa Mill. Employed with the company for more than 15 years, Moore’s love of the outdoors, dedication to environmental causes and proven business acumen made him a perfect candidate, and Energy Fuels has supported him in this effort. A licensed attorney in Colorado, Moore has worked in the mining industry since 2007 and understands the delicate balance between resource development and environmental concerns. His love of the environment originated from his childhood, teen and college years when he worked on his family’s avocado and orange orchards and fell in love with fragile desert and mountain ecosystems, in southern California.