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Member and Vice-Chair, Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board (2013- )

The APCB has statutory responsibility to adopt air pollution control regulations, review and approve permits for large or controversial sources of air pollution, and oversee the enforcement of its regulations and permits.  At the direction of Governors McAuliffe and Northam, it is currently proposing a carbon cap-and-trade program that will allow Virginia to join the 9-State Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)

Senior Official, Department of State Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO)  2001-07 

       Chief Strategist for New Initiatives

       Director, New Initiatives Division, Office of Planning & Development

       Assistant for Legislative & Business Affairs

Drafted and implemented the Capital Security Cost-Sharing (CSCS) legislation that provided $17.5 billion to build secure new diplomatic facilities; created OBO’s performance awards program; set up the New Initiatives Division to manage new, high-visibility programs, like CSCS, Soft Targets, and Build-To-Lease Projects

Senior Official, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration   1977-81
Deputy General Counsel
       Deputy Assistant Administrator for Ocean & Coastal Programs
       Director, Office of Ocean Management
       Special Assistant to the Administrator
Created the Office of Ocean Management, directed programs to manage and protect ocean and coastal resources under the Marine Sanctuaries and Coastal Zone Management Acts, participated in treaty negotiations on oceans and environment, testified before Congress on pending legislation and appropriations

Deputy Director for Regulation & Enforcement, Ohio EPA   1972-75
Helped plan for and organize the new Ohio EPA in 1972 as one of 5 members of the Executive Committee; primary responsibility for (1) preparing and adopting environmental regulations, issuing permits, enforcing Clean Air, Clean Water, and hazardous waste acts and (2) oversight of litigation conducted by the Attorney General’s Office