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

cynthia.annett@gmail.com, (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

tboguski@k-state.edu, (913) 780-3328

Harmony Environmental, Olathe, Kansas

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

Ken Brown

kenbrown318@gmail.com, (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

bellaterra4@gmail.com, (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

patricia.crawford@sdstate.edu, (605) 688-4103

South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota

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

Maggie Egbarts

maggiejessie@ksu.edu, (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

lerick@ksu.edu, (785) 532-4313

TAB Program, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

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

Martha Faust

mfaust@mnbrownfields.org (651) 307-4371

Minnesota Brownfields, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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

Jay Fredkin & Chris Matthews

j.fredkin@cabem.com, c.matthews@cabem.com

CABEM, Franklin, Massachusetts

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

Huston Gibson

hgibson@k-state.edu, (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

egoldf1@uic.edu, (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

grigsby@sme-usa.com, (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

wendy.griswold@memphis.edu, (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

envirofields@gmail.com or mickeyh@ksu.edu, (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

baleven@ksu.edu, (785) 532-0780

TAB & Tribal TAB Program Directory,
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

smartin@ctorsolutions.com, (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

knesse@k-state.edu, (785) 532-5150

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

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

Margaret Renas

mrenas@delta-institute.org, (312) 651-4335

Delta Institute, Chicago, Illinois

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

Jesse Silverstein

jesse@DevelopmentResearch.net, (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

lskab@ksu.edu, (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

mewalker@ksu.edu, (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

amyyersavich@gmail.com,  (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