Bakersfield, CA - Uduak Ntuk is an engineer in the Gas and Oil Department at the City of Long Beach. He is a technical professional that believes the economy and the environment are not mutually exclusive. Committed to protecting the environment and promoting sustainability, he has volunteered with the non-profit Alliance for Climate Protection since 2006 where he was personally trained by Nobel Laureate Al Gore to deliver dozens of technical presentations on the science and solutions to Global Warming. In 2008, Uduak was selected as a Startingbloc Fellow for the Institute for Social Innovation at the London Business School where he studied sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and social entrepreneurship. He now serves on the Board of Directors for Environmental Charter High School and the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network Youth Council. He earned his BS in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship from California State University, Long Beach and MS in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Southern California. Uduak is the father of a 12 year old daughter and drives a hybrid.