HAMBURG — Kimberly Barnashuk, an associate with law firm Phillips Lytle LLP, has been named to the Hamburg Natural History Society Inc. Board of Directors. Barnashuk will serve a three-year term on the 12-member board.
At Phillips Lytle, Barnashuk focuses her practice on environmental law. She has been involved with regulatory compliance, environmental due diligence and transactional support.
Barnashuk also handles land use and zoning matters, focusing on compliance with the State Environmental Quality Review Act.
A student of the New York City Environmental Law Leadership Institute, Barnashuk received degrees from New York University School of Law and The George Washington University.
She is a member of Women in Communications and Energy and also the National Brownfield Association.
The Hamburg Natural History Society Inc. was founded in 1993, with a stated goal of promoting the study of the natural sciences and emphasizing field activities associated with the geological and biological sciences and to preserve, develop and administrate the Penn Dixie Paleontological and Outdoor Education Center in Hamburg.
The society promotes the regional fossil site to foster and works to allow the public to study and collect fossils. It also has a stated goal of allowing all children and adults to have a hands-on experience investigating the geological, astronomical and natural sciences.