Angel M McCoy
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Office of Renewable Energy Programs
381 Elden Street MS 4090
Herndon, VA 20170
Angel McCoy is a meteorologist in the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management in Herndon, Virginia. BOEM is a part of the United States Department of the Interior. Her responsibilities include environmental analysis and implementation of federal regulations with respect to renewable energy activities in the Atlantic Outer-continental Shelf and serving as an interagency liaison for the renewable energy program. Prior to joining BOEM Ms McCoy was employed by Wyle Information Systems as a meteorologist in support of NOAA's Climate Prediction Center. There she worked on the Famine Early Warning System Network Project funded by the United States Agency for International Development. Her responsibilities included computer programming; meteorological data analysis and management; weekly briefings to federal, international and humanitarian aide groups; and international travel to provide trainings and workshop participation. Ms McCoy has a BS degree in meteorology from the Pennsylvania State University. She resides in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.