Email addresses below can be completed by adding "@nescaum.org" to the given usernames.
George is a Senior Scientist at NESCAUM involved with several aspects of the regional haze effort, coordination of the Monitoring and Assessment Committee, and support of the mobile source, public health, and air toxics programs.
Leiran is an Environmental Analyst on the Science and Technology Team, and works on a broad range of air quality, climate change, and energy initiatives at NESCAUM.
Andrew is a Transportation Analyst, focusing on a variety of vehicle- and fuel-related programs including LEV, motor vehicle greenhouse gases, and mobile source emissions modeling.
Allison is a Climate and Energy Environmental Analyst. She provides analysis, communications, and policy support to NESCAUM's work on The Climate Registry, regional energy efficiency policy, and a variety of other climate initiatives.
Brian is a Climate and Energy Analyst on the Climate and Energy Team. Brian's expertise includes quantitative modeling and analysis of climate, energy, and air quality measures. He provides technical and policy support to a variety of policy studies, including evaluations of interactions between climate and air quality goals.
Patrick is the Information Technology Manager at NESCAUM.
Reneé is the Office Manager and has been with NESCAUM for over 10 years. She oversees the administrative staff and assists the financial team as needed.
Gail is the Finance Administrator. She works with the Financial Analyst and Chief of Staff; responsible for processing NESCAUM accounts payable and receivable, and maintaining personnel, grant and subcontractor records.
Arthur is the Executive Director of NESCAUM. Prior to that, he served as Deputy Director from 1995 through 2004. In his current role, Mr. Marin: oversees day-to-day operations; coordinates with Board of Directors in planning the organization's activities; represents the member states in regional, national and international forums; and maintains liaisons with federal agencies, other regional organizations, industry and the environmental community.
Paul is the Deputy Director and Chief Scientist of NESCAUM. He brings to NESCAUM a background in science and law that provides the organization with legal, technical, and policy support for all NESCAUM initiatives. He actively leads or participates in NESCAUM projects involving criteria air pollutants, mercury, wood smoke, and climate change.
Debbie has been the Financial Analyst at NESCAUM for over 12 years. She oversees daily accounting and financial needs as well as working closely with the Comptroller and Chief of Staff to produce monthly financial reports and year-end audit preparations.
Lisa is a Senior Policy Analyst at NESCAUM who works on both the technical and policy side of NESCAUM. Focus areas include Title V, NSR, Vapor Recovery, BART, residential wood burning, biomass emissions, and staff lead for the Compliance and Enforcement Committee, OWB workgroup, and Vapor Recovery workgroup.
Charla is Chief of Staff and heads the Finance and Administration Team. She also coordinates the Clean Air Academy training program for state staff.
Jason is a Climate Policy Analyst with the Climate and Energy Team. He leads NESCAUM's energy and economic modeling efforts, and contributes to a wide variety of climate and energy policy and technical analyses.
Eric is a Senior Policy Analyst, coordinating the activities of the Northeast Diesel Collaborative. He also manages NESCAUM’s clean diesel projects throughout the region.
Matt is Transportation Program Manager at NESCAUM. He serves as staff lead for the Mobile Source Committee and works on a variety of vehicle- and fuel-related issues including LEV, motor vehicle greenhouse gases, and the regional clean fuels initiative.
Brian is NESCAUM's Administrative Assistant and assists the staff in all admin tasks including event planning.
Leah is a Senior Policy Advisor. She monitors policy- and regulatory-related activities, develops NESCAUM recommendations and positions, assists states in SIP planning, and is staff lead for the Attainment Planning Committee.