FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 22, 2018
The Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA) is pleased to announce that Jason Sloan has been selected as the organization’s next executive director.
Mr. Sloan joined AAPCA in early 2016 as policy and membership director and had been serving as interim executive director since mid-December 2017. As policy and membership director, he focused on Clean Air Act policy, emerging environmental issues, and membership development. Prior to his work with AAPCA, Mr. Sloan was the director of preservation for the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation in Lexington, Kentucky, where he led policy and outreach efforts.
“Jason’s dedication to AAPCA’s membership and mission has been clear since he joined the Association, and underscored during this transition,” said Stuart Spencer, Associate Director for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality and AAPCA’s President. “We look forward to building on the positive growth and momentum that AAPCA has seen over the past several years, and continuing the consensus-driven, technical focus of the Association.”
Mr. Sloan received his BA in Literature and Philosophy from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and MA in American Studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Jason Sloan began his role in AAPCA’s Lexington, Kentucky office on January 16.
AAPCA is a national, non-profit, consensus-driven organization focused on assisting state and local air quality agencies and personnel with implementation and technical issues associated with the federal Clean Air Act. AAPCA represents more than 40 state and local air agencies, and senior officials from 20 state environmental agencies currently sit on the AAPCA Board of Directors. AAPCA is housed in Lexington, Kentucky as an affiliate of The Council of State Governments. You can find more information about AAPCA at: http://www.cleanairact.org.
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