Joe Baer — Joe is one of the leaders of TechLaw's cleanup team at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Site in South Carolina. He oversees field work and document reviews, while also helping the public learn more about the progress that is being made in cleaning up one of the most significant nuclear waste sites in the country.

Registered Professional Geologist (Georgia, Florida and Kentucky) with more than 20 years of environmental experience
Manager of TechLaw's Region 4 Regional Oversight Contracts (ROC) and Program Director for the company's Superfund Technical Assistance and Remediation Team (START) contracts
Extensive experience preparing Preliminary Assessments (PAs), Site Investigations (SIs), Site Inspections Prioritizations, Expanded Site Investigations, Hazard Ranking System (HRS) scoring packages, site screening activities and removal site assessments
Experienced manager responsible for 24-hour on-call emergency response to spills, releases of hazardous materials, and acts of terrorism; and spill prevention control and countermeasures (SPCC)/FRP Plan review

Indira Balkissoon — Is there a lot of hot air at an industry conference? How about enough to fill 100 balloons? That's what Indira discovered when she oversaw a successful effort to achieve carbon neutrality and net zero energy at a conference. That's just a small part of what Indira does as TechLaw's Vice President of Sustainability Services.

Accredited California Air Resources Board (CARB) Greenhouse Gas Lead Verifier, developing technical projects for GHG emission reduction, carbon neutrality and environmental co-benefit analyses related to refineries, transportation supply chains and landfill gas facilities
Representative on the US Working Group of the International Emissions Trading Association, active in the Business Council for Sustainable Development, The Climate Registry, Climate Action Reserve and the Center for Climate Action
Led a Green Remediation team at George Air Force Base, CA, that developed and implemented a successful plan to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions during cleanup, providing a potential EPA blueprint for other BRAC closures and redevelopment
More than 25 years of experience in environmental project management, public outreach and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) planning activities

Karla Brasaemle — TechLaw is about digging deep to find solutions, and that's what Karla does as a geologist. At the Edwards Air Force Base Superfund site, she spent seven months determining how contaminated water moved through fractured bedrock in order to develop a plan to treat the problem.

Registered Geologist (California, Pennsylvania and Arkansas) with 23 years of experience and expertise in geophysics, groundwater models and related issues
Experienced project manager at multiple EPA-designated sites, overseeing teams leading remediation-related activities at several Air Force bases, and providing expertise in Preliminary Assessments (PA), Site Inspections (SI), Remedial Investigations (RI), Feasibility Studies (FS), Proposed Plans (PP) and Records of Decision (ROD)
Extensive investigation, remediation and management experience, providing EPA with support for many sites under the EPA ARCs and ROC contracts
Experience with planning and overseeing defensible field sampling programs to ensure data integrity, as well as developing and assessing field sampling programs

Dr. John Calanni — John has helped lead TechLaw's remediation and community outreach at the Libby, MT, vermiculite mine, where asbestos has been linked to death, disease and displacement in the surrounding communities. He helped design and operate a soil processing site to clean up and monitor the affected areas, while also working with community members to find solutions to problems and concerns.

Experienced manager of Environmental Services Assistance Team (ESAT) program contracts, as well as RCRA and CERCLA contracts
Performed multiple air quality engineering, modeling and monitoring activities under several EPA contracts
Managed and implemented multiple environmental investigations and remediation projects with multimedia contaminants, including volatile organic compounds, semi-volatile organic compounds, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, petroleum constituents and asbestos
Provided management oversight for ESAT's first mobile organic analytical support in more than 15 years in EPA Region 8.

Tricia Derocher — Before becoming TechLaw's president, Tricia held a variety of program and contract leadership roles, giving her a broad background in state and federal environmental policy, procedures and regulations.

Trained chemist with more than 20 years of hands-on and management experience in the environmental consulting industry
Responsible for the overall work and financial performance of more than 200 professional employees located across the country, covering a variety of environmental and technical disciplines
Has the authority to commit resources and contractually bind the company; sets company policy, leads business development and oversees recruitment and retention
Experienced manager of numerous EPA programs and contracts, with in-depth background in RCRA, CERCLA, ROC, REPA and ESAT; conducted several training sessions with state and federal agencies

Dr. Dave Dobb — It takes careful research, often in unusual places, to track down sources of contamination. That's what Dave did when he managed a research project that utilized analysis of geoducks in estuary sites that are heavily contaminated with explosives compounds from past defense activities. The research is important, since tribal shellfish and other marine species are harvested for human consumption in waters adjacent to the contaminated areas.

PhD chemist with more than 30 years of experience, and Program Director for TechLaw's Environmental Services Assistance Team (ESAT) contracts in four EPA Regions
Helped manage a Field Analytical Services Program (FASP) team that performed 56 successful field projects, most of which required significant drilling and sampling
Program Manager of TechLaw's RCRA SW-846 Methods Development Contract, responsible for oversight of the Methods Information Communication Exchange (MICE) hotline, Methods Development Support, and Update V of the SW-846 Manual
Author or co-author of more than 40 scholarly articles and presentations on environmental sampling, methods development, laboratory operations and other related environmental issues

Judy Manley — Judy utilizes decades of experience with EPA and state government contract operations to help set the course for TechLaw's future operating needs. In addition to helping keeping current contracts running efficiently with the proper resources, she seeks out and develops new business opportunities to position the company for continued growth.

More than 20 years of experience as a Senior Vice President, Vice President, Program Manager, Deputy Program Manager, Project Manager and project leader.
Responsible for corporate programs, including conflict of interest, contract administration, and business/proposal development
Experience supporting remedial efforts at EPA-designated sites nationwide, through investigative and enforcement activities
In-depth knowledge of EPA policy governing Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) in environmental cleanups

Rob Young — Rob's years of experience, combined with his grasp of emerging technologies, enables him to help lead the company's technical efforts as Vice President. A longtime geologist, he used measures such as low-altitude aerial infrared (IR) thermography and shallow-depth temperature mapping of lakebed deposits to help EPA determine that groundwater contaminated with volatile organic compounds was seeping into Lake Michigan at unacceptable levels, leading to solutions to address the issue.

Registered Professional Geologist (Illinois) with more than 25 years of related environmental experience
Leads manager oversight and mentoring and the coordination of activities and projects throughout the company
Oversees TechLaw's Remedial Oversight Contract (ROC) program with EPA, ensuring that TechLaw has the appropriate staff consultants and resources on a company-wide basis to address EPA needs