Apparently, that would be Richard Windsor, who completed the Environmental Protection Agency’s No FEAR Act training module in 2010.
The same Richard Windsor named a scholar of ethical behavior by the EPA three years running.
And the same Richard Windsor who looks exactly like Lisa Jackson, the former head of the EPA.
That`s because they are, indeed, the same person.
Jackson, like a lot of busy executives, used an alias e-mail account so important e-mails would not get lost in the digital deluge of her in-box.
After Jackson left the agency last year to be an environmental adviser to Apple, word got out about her cyber-alter-ego.
Jackson used her Richard Windsor identity to take the online security training most public agencies require.
What makes all of this just a little wacky is that after she, or he, took one set of courses, the EPA, which Jackson headed, named Windsor a scholar of ‘ethical’ behavior.
But three times.
Where else but in the federal government can someone using a fake name receive an award for ethical behavior?
You go, girl!
Oh, that’s right. She did.