Contacts in the Office of Pesticide Programs, Field and External Affairs Division
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- Immediate Office
- Certification and Worker Protection Branch
- Communication Services Branch
- Government and International Services Branch
- Policy and Regulatory Services Branch
The Field and External Affairs Division (FEAD) is responsible for:
- program policies and regulations;
- legislation and congressional interaction;
- regional, state, and tribal coordination and assistance;
- international and field programs; and
- communication and outreach activities.
|Name||Phone||Area of Responsibility|
|Jacqueline E. Mosbyfirstname.lastname@example.org||703-305-7102||Director|
Implements the following pesticide worker safety programs: agricultural worker protection, pesticide applicator certification, tpesticide container, containment and disposal, and the Pesticide and the "Pesticides and National Strategies for Health Care Providers" Initiative.
|Kevin Keaneyemail@example.com||703-305-7666||Branch Chief|
Communicates pesticide regulatory program decisions and activities, through facts, publications, press announcements, educational campaigns, and other communications efforts. Coordinates safety outreach for the general public.
|Anne Overstreetfirstname.lastname@example.org||703-308-8068||Branch Chief|
Coordinates OPP program activities with EPA regions, states and tribes and serves as liaison to international program activities.
|Daniel A. Helfgottemail@example.com||703-308-8054||Branch Chief|
Develops, coordinates, and interprets regulatory actions and policy for OPP. Coordinates niformation collection requests (ICRs) and manages external program evaluations (OIG, GAO) for the office. Leads development and implementation of voluntary programs. Coordinates international policy and acts as liaison for outside entities in the policy arena.
|Martha Shimkinfirstname.lastname@example.org||703-305-5160||Branch Chief|
|Kathryn Boyleemail@example.com||703-305-6304||Senior Regulatory Advisor|
|Joseph Hoguefirstname.lastname@example.org||703-308-9072||Crop Tour Coordinator|