Sunflower Environmental was founded in 2020 by owner Joyann Hernandez as a means of following her passion for the environment, which stemmed from her personal experiences living in an area impacted by heavy industrial pollution. After seeing many of her friends and family battle cancers and autoimmune disorders, she embarked on a mission to help people by helping the Earth. Joyann went on to receive a B.S in Engineering from Roger Williams University and a Master's of Taught Science in Environmental Sustainability from University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Joyann Hernandez has recently joined the Arizona State University Polytechnic School's Professional Development Instructors. Joyann has recently been featured as 2022 Women Engineer You Should Know, by Society of Women Engineers Magazine.
Now, with over 12 years in the industry and consulting she has recognized her exceptional skills in building top-quality compliance programs, and creating and delivering interactive training. Her goal is to take action in aiding the reduction of industrial pollution in our world through helping companies create well- rounded compliance programs and training packages.
To serve our clients with integrity and passion, while providing them with comprehensive and customized training experiences, quality environmental services and aid in an overall reduction in their environmental liability and impact.
Sunflowers are hyperaccumulators, which means they remove heavy metals and toxins from the environment they are in while storing them in their own tissue.