American Industrial Hygiene Association, Washington, DC
Graduate Studies in Industrial Hygiene and Indoor Air Quality, 1994-1997
Catholic University, Washington, DC
Graduate Environmental Studies in Hazardous Waste Management, 1993-1994
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Graduate School of Public Health, Graduate Studies in Industrial Hygiene/Air Quality, 1970-1971
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Master of Science, Materials Science and Engineering, 1967
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Bachelor of Science, Material Engineering, 1964
MPH University of Pittsburgh Public Health, Industrial Hygiene/Air Quality, 1970-71
Catholic University, Hazardous Waste Management, 1993-94
IAQ Training, American Industrial Hygiene Association, 1996
IAQ Training, Mid-Atlantic Environmental Hygiene Resource Center, 1994-97
40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER, at Brentwood Remediation Site, 2001
Principal, Program Manager,
Building Sciences and Engineering Associates,
Senior Scientist. Versar, Inc.,
Performed indoor environmental investigations concerning complete range of indoor air/IH problems, including noise, ventilation, ionizing radiation, indoor contamination (microbial, particulate, and chemical), and moisture control in residential, commercial, schools and governmental buildings. Principal projects included WMATA office building mold remediation consultation and planning, Prince William County Bull Run Regional Library Odor/VOC control, U.S. Dep’t of State mail screening for bio-rad-chem detection, mercury spill clean ups, and residential and commercial mold assessments.
Emergency Preparedness Team, Manager of AHERA. District of Columbia Department of Health, Washington, DC
Member, Emergency Preparedness Team; responsible for Ventilation Preparedness, bioterrorism technical support, analysis, measurement and detection of bio-chemical threats, hardening of critical facilities, development of mobile rapid response monitoring vehicle, decontamination support. Active in anthrax remediation efforts for District of Columbia Department of Health at Brentwood Postal Facility. Responsible for planning and implementation of indoor air quality programs for District of Columbia Government, with emphasis on microbiological contamination in residential, commercial, and institutional spaces.
Manager of AHERA Lead State Agency program for asbestos in District’s public and private schools. Responsible for program planning, instrumentation, training, complaint response, risk evaluation, HVAC testing, emergency response for indoor air quality problems in District of Columbia.
Outdoor Air Quality: Lead investigator for ambient sampling and environmental impact study of diesel bus and bus garage emissions, concentrations, and control program. Special projects scientist regarding numerous VOC, PM, and ozone/ozone precursor emissions and ambient impact problems in DC.
Principal, IAQ Investigations. Self-Employed, Silver Spring, MD
Performed indoor environmental investigations concerning complete range of indoor air/IH problems, including noise, ventilation, ionizing radiation, contamination, microbial contamination, building related illness. Clients include City of Alexandria Public Schools, Montgomery County Public Schools, Ryan Homes, Department of Energy, Wilkes Technologies.
Air Quality Program Manager. Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, Rockville, MD
Responsible for planning and implementation of IAQ program. Substantial technical and engineering work with mitigation of IAQ problems in commercial buildings, schools, and residential spaces. Member of Montgomery County Indoor Air Quality Process Action Team; principal author of its report. Conducted many independent public and private school indoor air quality investigations.
|1990 to 1993||
Manager and Principal Environmental Engineer. Grumman Aerospace, Camp
Supervised group of seven people responsible for environmental requirements, design, risk assessment, and mitigation of environmental risks for humans in NASA space station, including protection of space station against orbital debris impact and internal air filtration.
|1982 to 1990||
Fairchild Space Company (now Orbital Sciences Corp., Germantown, MD
Responsible for materials and processes engineering, product and facility environmental risk assessment and mitigation. Responsible for contamination control laboratory, ionizing radiation analysis, and space materials environmental effects group. Lead engineer for hardening of spacecraft components against natural environments and threat risks.
|1974 to 1982||
National Iron and Steel Mill Emissions Control Expert. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Responsible for emission control technology, plant investigations, compliance negotiations, and technological support during EPA and OSHA control efforts on by-product coking, iron, and steel making problems. Recognized national steel expert.
1971 to 1974
Air Pollution Engineer. Allegheny County Air Pollution
Control Agency, Pittsburgh, PA
Responsible for air emissions control, source testing, air quality monitoring, dispersion modeling, and emergency response in Pittsburgh metropolitan area.
Air Quality and Contamination Control Accomplishments
Indoor Air Quality (1994 – Present)
Ambient Air Quality (1971 - 1982 and 1994 - Present)
Aerospace Materials and Environmental Engineering and Industrial Hygiene/Contamination Control (1982-1993)
Invited luncheon speaker, MARAMA Air monitoring Conference, October 2001
Invited participant in EPA/HHS Mid-Atlantic Asthma Conference at Johns Hopkins University, 2000
Honorary Lifetime Member of National PTA for Indoor Air Work in Montgomery County Public Schools, 1999
Recognized by U.S. EPA for development of Model Local Indoor Air Quality Program, 1998
Technical Excellence Award from Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee, 1998
Selected participant in “EPA Indoor Environments Visionaries” Conference, 1997
National Association of Counties Award for Ozone Action Days Program, 1996
Jet Propulsion Laboratory TOPEX Certificate of Appreciation, 1993
Grumman Technical Achievement Award, 1991
Invited speaker at international conference on “Preservation of Near Earth Space for Future Generations”, June 199 (100th Anniversary of University of Chicago), 1992
NASA/Goddard Achievement Award, 1993
Fairchild Space Co. Outstanding Achievement Award, 1989
Fairchild President's Award, 1989
EPA Certificate of Achievement, 1980
EPA Gold Medal, for Outstanding Achievement, 1979
EPA Associate Administrator's Award, 1977
EPA Bronze Medal for Significant Achievement, 1976
American Indoor Air Quality Council
American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers
Air and Waste Management Association
Certification, CIAQP (Certified Indoor Air Quality Professional/Association of Energy Engineers)
Certification, CIAQC (Certified Indoor Air Quality Consultant/American Indoor Air Quality Council)
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