General Mailing Address:
California Stormwater Quality Association
P.O. Box 2105
Menlo Park, CA 94026-2105
650-366-1042 (Voicemail box only)
Board of Directors
Richard Boon - Chair
Gerhardt Hubner - Vice Chair
Sharon Gosselin - Treasurer
Lisa Austin - Secretary
Rebecca Winer-Skonovd - Exective Program Coordinator
Geoff Brosseau, Executive Director
Geoff has been an environmental consultant since 1989, and he currently also serves as Executive Director of Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association (BASMAA), an organization in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to his BASMAA and CASQA duties, Mr. Brosseau was a principal author of both the 1993 and 2003 California Stormwater Best Management Practice Handbooks as well as the Urban Runoff Manual of Practice published by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He has assisted over 25 municipalities throughout the state in developing and implementing virtually every aspect of their stormwater programs. Geoff has been an active participant on the California Stormwater Quality Task Force / California Stormwater Quality Association since 1992, serving on the Executive Program Committee and chairing a variety of subcommittees and work groups over the years. He was the statewide stormwater representative to the Public Advisory Committee of the Bay Protection and Toxic Cleanup Program. He participated on both the Nonpoint Sources Committee and the Pollution Prevention Committee of WEF for a number of years. He also participated on two WERF Project Subcommittees overseeing studies of Source Control Program Effectiveness and Stormwater Environmental Indicators, and was the principal author of a national guidance manual on pollution prevention. Originally from Connecticut before moving to Illinois and then to California, Mr. Brosseau has lived throughout California and holds degrees from University of California, San Diego and University of California, Los Angeles. Previously, Mr. Brosseau was a marine biologist for almost ten years, working for aquaculture firms in Santa Barbara and Tiburon/Santa Cruz.
- Awards Committee - Gerhardt Hubner, Chair
- Bylaws Review Committee - Lisa Austin, Chair
- Executive Program Committee (EPC) - Gerhardt Hubner, Chair
- Finance Committee - Sharon Gosselin, Chair
- Membership Committee - Scott Taylor, Chair
Subcommittees of the EPC - Click here to email the Chairs and to learn more about the Subcommittees
- Best Management Practices - Anna Lantin, Chair
- Conference - Lisa Austin / Sharon Gosselin, Co-Chairs
- Construction - Sandy Mathews, Chair
- Effectiveness Assessment - Karen Ashby / Jon Van Rhyn, Co-Chairs
- Industrial - Matt Lentz / Katharine Wagner, Co-Chairs
- Legislation - Jason Uhley, Chair
- Monitoring and Science - Armand Ruby / Arne Anselm, Co-Chairs
- Pesticides - Dave Tamayo / Jamison Crosby, Co-Chairs
- Phase II - Jamison Crosby / Cathleen Garnand, Co-Chairs
- Policy and Permitting - Scott Taylor / Matt Yeager, Co-Chairs
- Public Information / Public Participation - Sharon Gosselin, Chair
- Training - Daniel Apt, Chair
- Watershed Management and Impaired Waters - Richard Watson, Chair
- Website - Stephanie Reyna-Hiestand, Chair
Board of Directors
Lisa Austin - Officer - Secretary; Bylaws Review Committee Chair
Lisa Austin is an Associate with Geosyntec Consultants in Oakland. She received her BS and MS in Environmental Engineering from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Lisa began her career in consulting in the area of industrial wastewater treatment. She then worked for the Washington State Department of Ecology as an NPDES permit writer and a municipal stormwater coordinator in the Seattle area for almost 10 years. After leaving the state agency, she worked for the City of Bellevue, WA Utilities Department prior to coming to work with Geosyntec. Ms. Austin’s previous positions have given her the unique perspective of being both the regulator (the State) and the permittee (the City). With Geosyntec, Lisa is active in stormwater planning, providing technical assistance to various clients on regulatory issues, developing and evaluating conceptual BMP and TMDL implementation plans, and assessing the significance of potential water quality and hydromodification impacts (CEQA analysis) in California.
Richard Boon - Officer - Chair
Richard Boon has 20 years of experience in environmental management practiced in academia, consulting and in local and national government. He is currently Supervisor of the County of Orange/OC Watersheds/Stormwater Section which administers the Orange County Stormwater Program. Previous positions have included environmental policy advisor for the London Borough of Ealing and environment protection officer for the United Kingdom’s Environment Agency. Richard Boon has BSc from the University of Leeds and a postgraduate diploma from Brunel University. He is a member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and chair of the California Stormwater Quality Association’s Policy and Permitting Committee.
Jeff Endicott - Director
Jeff has extensive environmental and civil engineering experience as a consultant and in the public sector. Water, as a resource and as a force in nature, has been a central element of Jeff’s work, with projects ranging from development of potable water supplies to prevention of environmental damage initiated by rainfall and runoff. Mr. Endicott draws upon his public sector and private sector experience to produce practicable solutions to complex environmental problems.
Jeff is a Registered Professional Civil Engineer in California and Nevada; a Board Certified Environmental Engineer by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers; a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control by EnviroCert International; and a CASQA Trainer-of-Record and Qualified SWPPP Developer. Jeff is the Engineering Director for AEI-CASC Consulting.
Jeff served as a Director for the California Stormwater Quality Association from 2003-2009 and is again serving as a Director for 2012 and 2013. During his tenure with CASQA he has served as Executive Program Coordinator, Secretary, and Chairman of the Awards Committee. Prior to the formation of CASQA, he was active in the Stormwater Quality Task Force.
Matthew Fabry - Director
Matthew Fabry serves as Program Coordinator for the San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program, a program of the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County, which assists the 21 San Mateo municipalities with stormwater compliance issues. He spent many years chairing the Program’s New Development Subcommittee and helped develop its nationally recognized San Mateo County Sustainable Green Streets and Parking Lots Design Guidebook. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association. Matthew spent eight years as an engineer with the City of Brisbane and previously worked for the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and an environmental consulting firm. He has over 16 years of experience in the water quality and stormwater fields, has degrees in environmental engineering and music, and is a registered civil engineer.
Sharon Gosselin - Officer - Treasurer; Finance Committee Chair; PI/PP Subcommittee Chair
Bio coming soon...
Gerhardt Hubner - Officer - Vice Chair; Executive Program Committee Chair; Awards Committee Chair
Gerhardt Hubner has over 20 years experience in water quality, is currently a Deputy Director of Public Works within the County of Ventura, Watershed Protection District, and oversees the Water and Environmental Resource Division. He is a graduate of San Diego State University; with a Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences, emphasis in Engineering Geology. He is Professional Geologist licensed with the State of California. Gerhardt started his career back in 1990 first at the Los Angeles Regional Board, then later with the Central Coast Region. Two sections within his Division include the Ventura County Unincorporated Area, and the Ventura Countywide Principal Permittee Stormwater Programs. Gerhardt also chairs the Ventura Countywide Stormwater Program Management Committee on behalf of all the Co-Permittees. Gerhardt also serves as a Commissioner on the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP).
Scott McGowen - Director
Scott has been working with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for 23 years. He is currently the Chief Environmental Engineer and oversees environmental engineering activities, including two stormwater quality offices, hazardous waste and noise. After beginning with Caltrans in 1984 in Design, he has worked in Traffic Operations, Office Engineer and was the Office Chief for the State Transportation Improvement Program and Office Chief for Special Projects in Design. Prior to his current position, he served as the Chief of Staff to the Director of Transportation. He received a B.S in Civil Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and is a registered Civil Engineer.
Erica Ryan - Director
Bio coming soon...
Jason Uhley - Director
Jason is a registered civil engineer with over 15 years of experience in stormwater management. Jason is the Chief of the Watershed Protection Division of the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. Jason has a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering and a Masters in Public Administration with an emphasis in Water Agency Management. Jason has coordinated the District’s Principal Permittee duties for Riverside County’s Santa Ana, San Diego and Colorado River Region NPDES MS4 Permits for the past eight years, including coordinating the permit compliance activities of the County’s 25 municipal Co-Permittees. In addition, Jason oversees the District’s water conservation and rainfall/runoff data collection programs.
Richard Watson - Director; Watershed Management and Impaired Waters Subcommittee Chair
Richard Watson is a certified planner with nearly two decades of stormwater quality management experience. He has consulted to or served on consultant teams for diverse public and private sector clients, including Caltrans, merchant builders, and municipalities. Mr. Watson developed the concept and prepared the successful $1.4 million grant proposal for a Porous Pavement and Model Corporation Yard Demonstration Project for the County of San Diego, Department of General Services, and assisted with development of the Phase II grant proposal of the project, which was also funded. He has served on numerous technical advisory committees, including the TACs for development of the original CASQA BMP Handbooks and for the Southern California LID Handbook. Mr. Watson was educated at Stanford, UCLA, and the University of Alberta.
Rebecca Winer-Skonovd - Officer - Executive Program Coordinator; Phase II Subcommittee Co-Chair
Rebecca is a Senior Scientist with Larry Walker Associates and a Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ) with more than ten years of experience in stormwater management and watershed planning. Rebecca provides technical expertise to municipalities to develop and implement stormwater programs that address state and federal regulatory requirements. Prior to her current position, Rebecca was the Director of Capacity Building at the Center for Watershed Protection. She is the co-author of several guidance manuals that cover topics such as BMP effectiveness, watershed planning, and municipal good housekeeping. In addition, Rebecca also serves on the Board of Directions of the Center for Watershed Protection.
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