Bob leads EcoLogix Group’s efforts in responding to specialized policy and program areas. His role is helping clients to understand and effectively respond to issues such as environmental justice, cumulative health impacts, or stormwater management by building understanding among the array of stakeholders having diverse perspectives on these matters.
Bob led the EcoLogix Group team that designed and implemented the highly successful environmental strategy behind the Port of Baltimore’s Masonville Dredged Material Containment Facility. Masonville is the only Baltimore dredged material project in the past three decades to receive no public opposition.
Before rejoining EcoLogix Group in 2014, Bob served as Director of the Department of Environmental Protection for Montgomery County Maryland. He had broad oversight responsibility in a number of areas including water and wastewater management, environmental policy and compliance, air quality, energy conservation, watershed management, and solid waste. His agency implemented what is arguably the most stringent Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit program in the nation.
Bob’s experience prior to forming EcoLogix Group include roles as assistant secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment, senior vice president of the Multi-State Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and assistant attorney general for the State of New Jersey.
B.A., Politics, Princeton University
J.D. Rutgers University School of Law
Bar Admissions: NJ and PA