John leads teams that produce persuasive investigations, analyses, presentations, and reports to support environmental management decisions. He provides technical and strategic support to clients responsible for reducing environmental risk associated with contaminated sites and pollutant discharges. His work includes site-specific projects, guidance development, and research to improve the science behind environmental regulations. The common thread among these distinct types of projects is the goal of improving the cost-effectiveness of protective environmental regulatory decisions.
John is a recent past president of the Society of the Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North American Board of Directors. He also recently completed a term on the SETAC World Council. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications over the past 30 years and remains active in publishing. John currently serves as a senior editor of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. He was recently appointed to the founding International Board of Environmental Risk Assessors, a not-for-profit organization that will develop and administer professional certification exams for environmental risk assessors from around the globe.
When he’s not working, you will find John messing up home improvement projects, spending time with his family, practicing yoga and meditation, and contributing in any way he can to alleviate the hardship that people are experiencing in this time of COVID-19 and civil rights struggles.