TAB Experts and Partners


Other TAB Partners and Experts Available To Serve in Custom-tailored Teams To Fit Your Needs


Name and Affiliation

Area(s) of Expertise

Cynthia Annett, (785) 331-7905

TAB Program, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Research Associate Professor: E-tools for database and map development, tribal cultural and environmental resource inventories,  education, Google Earth Outreach trainer

Terrie Boguski, (913) 780-3328

Harmony Environmental, Olathe, Kansas

Chemical and environmental engineer; green industrial processes and remediation, life cycle analysis, health risk

Ken Brown, (202) 674-7777

NALGEP, Washington, D.C.

Executive Director. Federal funding resources, legislative and regulatory solutions, and other tools to facilitate economic and community development

Barbara Caprita, (404) 558-0972

Bella-Terra Environmental Services, Greensboro, Georgia

Assistance and support to Tribal Response Programs, local governments, communities and other stakeholders through the brownfields process (Former EPA R4)

Pat Crawford, (605) 688-4103

South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota

School of Design Director; Associate Professor, landscape architecture, community visioning and design

Maggie Egbarts, (785) 532-0782

TAB Program, Kansas State University,

KSU TAB Project Manager in EPA R5 & 7; site assessment and remediation; long-term stewardship and institutional  controls; project management on high risk contaminated sites; technical guidance and regulation development; team building; applying for & managing federal grants; former State of Kansas (KDHE) Brownfields Coordinator and Storage Tank Section Chief.

Larry Erickson, (785) 532-4313

TAB Program, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering; environmental engineering, cleanup technologies, and phytoremediation

Severin Oman (651) 402-8676

Minnesota Brownfields, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Community redevelopment planning, brownfield  workshops, urban agriculture, and brownfields & public health redevelopment tool

Jay Fredkin & Chris Matthews,

CABEM, Franklin, Massachusetts

E-Tools design & maintenance for TAB EZ, BIT, and web resources

Huston Gibson, (785) 532-3753

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning;  Community visioning and comprehensive plan-making; sustainable community infrastructure

Eugene Goldfarb, (847) 962-1572

Great Lakes Environmental Planning, Highland Park, Illinois

Brownfields educator, certified planner 30 yrs, licensed attorney (IL), urban planning, housing, Environmental assessment (including historic preservation) and HUD resources, pro-forma analysis, Urban environmental justice. (Former Midwest Environmental Officer for HUD)

Beth Grigsby, (317) 876-0200

Soils and Materials Engineers, Inc., (SME), Indianapolis, Indiana

Former TAB Coordinator for EPA R5; Assessment and cleanup, grant writing;  programmatic, outreach, and funding assistance/workshops for Brownfield communities

Wendy Griswold, (901) 678-2234

University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Adult and Community Education, evaluation methods; multi-stakeholder goal-setting in EJ communities, interactive learning method

Mickey Hartnett or, (605) 721-8088

Co-Director,Tribal TAB Program, Kettle Falls , WA

Technical assistance to tribal governments and rural communities in contaminant assessment, solid and hazardous waste issues, brownfields and CERCLA 128(a) Tribal Response Programs and related federal grants

Blase Leven, (785) 532-0780

TAB & Tribal TAB Program Director,
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

TAB Program Coordinator, redevelopment strategies, environmental assessment & cleanup, site inventories, urban gardening, mine and oil/brine-impacted soils

Sabine Martin, (785) 587-0136

CTOR Solutions, Manhattan, Kansas

President; community involvement; community health; site assessment and remediation; redevelopment resource identification; goal setting, prioritization, and strategic planning for redevelopment; brownfield related workshops; urban gardening; brownfield grant applications; project management

Katherine Nesse, (785) 532-5150

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning;  Local economic development, demographics

Margaret Renas, (312) 651-4335

Delta Institute, Chicago, Illinois

Economic and sustainability redevelopment planning, economic evaluation, financing tools, green development

Jesse Silverstein, (303) 991-0074

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Previous TAB providers for EPA R8: real estate transactional strategies, incentivization, and market analysis, real estate opportunity inventorying & finance; economic impact analysis, renewable energy

Lee Skabelund, (785) 532-2431

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning; 10 years redevelopment, visioning and planning for TAB. Sustainable landscapes and communities

Mark Walker, (303) 902-1441

TAB Program, Kansas State University,
(work location in Colorado)

Abandoned mine land remediation, site assessment and remediation, rural brownfields, former State of Colorado VCP/Brownfields Coordinator

Amy Yersavich,  (614) 206-8698

KSU TAB Partner

Former Manager of Ohio EPA's Brownfield Program, community outreach, community relations, site assessment, grant management, grant writing, funding for brownfield revitalization, environmental assessment guidance development