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MONDAYMarch 8, 2021SHAWN HARDINGShawn Harding was elected President of North Carolina Farm Bureau and its affiliatedcompanies in December 2019. He has been very active in every aspect of Farm Bureau fromserving as a local county Farm Bureau President and Board member to serving on state advisorycommittees, and the State Board of Directors. President Harding is a native of rural EasternNorth Carolina and has 30 years of farming experience. He and his family are the owners andoperators of Southside farms in Chocowinity, NC. Mr. Harding his wife Tracey now reside inRaleigh. In their free time, they enjoy spending time with their three grown children and theirgrandchildren.MICHAL FREEDHOFFMichal Ilana Freedhoff is the Acting Assistant Administrator and Principal Deputy AssistantAdministrator for the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, effective January2021.Before joining EPA, Ms. Freedhoff joined the Senate Environment and Public Works Committeeas its Minority Director of Oversight in February 2017. She has more than twenty years ofgovernment experience, beginning in 1996 in then-Congressman Ed Markey's office as aCongressional Science and Engineering fellow after receiving a Ph.D. in physical chemistry at theUniversity of Rochester.Ms. Freedhoff has also served on the staffs of the House Science Committee, the House SelectCommittee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, the House Energy and CommerceCommittee and the House Natural Resources Committee. Her legislative work includes the fueleconomy provisions in the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act, a law requiring thecreation of an online database of dangerous consumer product safety defects, the 2016 reauthorization of the Toxic Substances Control Act, and 2019 legislation to address PFAScontamination.EDWARD MESSINAEd is currently the Acting Director of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP), and previouslyserved as the Deputy Office Director for Programs. OPP, in collaboration with its manystakeholders, regulates the manufacture and use of all pesticides in the United States - includinginsecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, disinfectants, sanitizers, and more - and establishesmaximum levels for pesticide residues in food, thereby safeguarding the nation's food supply.Prior to that Ed was the Director of EPA’s Monitoring, Assistance, and Media Programs Division,within the Office of Compliance, in charge of EPA’s inspection policies; the Acting AssociateDirector of EPA’s Air Enforcement Division, where he helped manage complex air litigation; anda branch chief for both Air and Waste enforcement programs. Ed started his legal career inChicago where he litigated and negotiated several environmental matters as an AssociateRegional Counsel for EPA Region 5. While in Chicago, Ed completed a rotation as a SpecialAssistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois where he conducted trials infederal district court and presented oral arguments before the United States Court of Appeals2

for the 7th Circuit. Ed has both a JD and a Master of Studies in Environmental Law fromVermont Law School and a BA from Brandeis University.ELIZABETH VIZARDLiz started her career in Ag consulting at Jellinek, Schwartz & Connolly and has been with EPAover twenty years. She has held a variety of positions across HQ dealing with pesticides, toxicsubstances, and performance measurement. She is currently the acting deputy division directorin EPA’s Monitoring, Assistance and Media Programs Division within the Office of Compliance.Her group oversees the state and tribal pesticide enforcement grants, facilitates the PIRTtraining program, and works on activities related to inspector policy, guidance, training andproviding compliance assistance so others understand their environmental responsibilities. Lizhas a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology and environmental science from Drew University.ROYAN TETERRoyan is originally from northern New Mexico where he grew up on the family farm and cattleranch. He began his career with the EPA in 1991 after earning a degree in environmentalengineering from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Prior to joining the EPAHeadquarters Team, he served in in the Agency’s Region 7 Office for 27 years, holding positionsin several programs including air, water, solid waste, pollution prevention, and pesticides. Hewas chief of Region 7’s pesticides section from 2008 to 2016 and currently serves as Chief of thePesticides and Tanks Enforcement Branch within EPA’s Office of Enforcement and ComplianceAssurance in Washington, D.C.MIKE BELLOTMike has been the Associate Division Director for the Waste and Chemical Enforcement Divisionat EPA Headquarters for the last year and half. Mike previously worked at EPA Headquarters asthe Chief of the Chemical Risk Reporting and Enforcement Branch and as an inspector in theWaste and Chemical Enforcement Division. Prior to working in WCED, Mike worked as aRemedial Project Manager in the Superfund Program in both Region’s 5 and 9 and in theHeadquarters Superfund Program. Mike started his career with the State of Arizona as acredentialed EPA Pesticide Inspector and has a Master’s Degree from the Arizona StateUniversity College of Civil Engineering.DR. BARBARA GLENNDr. Barbara Glenn joined the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA)as CEO in 2014. NASDA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit association which represents the elected andappointed commissioners, secretaries, and directors of the departments of agriculture in all fiftystates and four U.S. territories.Dr. Glenn is a scientist with decades of experience as a researcher, policy leader and advocate foragriculture. She previously held leadership positions with CropLife America and the BiotechnologyInnovation Organization in Washington, DC. Earlier in her career she led governmental affairs forthe Federation of Animal Science Societies. For 17 years, she conducted dairy cattle nutrition3

research for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. She was the firstwoman to serve as president of the American Society of Animal Science.Dr. Glenn holds a B.S. in animal science and a Ph.D. in ruminant nutrition from the University ofKentucky. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska and raised in Centerville, Ohio, Dr. Glenn developed a passionfor agriculture from her parents and her involvement in 4-H. The Glenn’s have three grownchildren who are 4-H alumni and live on a small farm in Maryland. Barb serves on various localboards for farm bureau, 4-H and ag education.TUESDAYMARCH 9, 2021DR. JERRY BARONDr. Jerry J. Baron is the Executive Director of the IR-4 Project, a cooperative program in theUnited States of the state agricultural experimental stations, US Department of Agriculture,growers/commodity organizations, the crop protection industry and the US EnvironmentalProtection Agency. The IR-4 Project is national in scope and it conducts research at 21 fieldresearch farms and 5 analytical laboratories to facilitate the registration of conventionalchemical pesticides and biopesticides on specialty crops and specialty uses. As ExecutiveDirector, Dr. Baron is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the IR-4 Project with anoperation budget of approximately 18 million US dollars and 120 full time scientists.Dr. Baron has served as the IR-4 Project's Executive Director since September 2006. Hestarted with IR-4 in January 1986 as IR-4’s coordinator of weed science research. From 2000 to2002, Dr. Baron split his duties with the IR-4 Project and the administration of the IR-4 Project’shost institution, Rutgers University. During this period, he was Associate Executive Dean of CookCollege, Rutgers University. Dr. Baron returned full time to the IR-4 Project in July 2002 when hewas named Associate Director in 2002.In 1998, Dr. Baron co-authored the second edition of Food and Feed Crops of the UnitedStates along with G.M. Markle and B.A. Schneider. This book is the framework of the cropgrouping in North America. Dr. Baron has authored nearly one hundred peer reviewed journalarticles and several book chapters.Dr. Baron has served the scientific community in various aspects participating inleadership roles in multiple organizations. He was President of the Northeastern Weed ScienceSociety in 2008-2009. He was elected as Fellow of this organization in January 2015. He wasChair of the Organization Committee of the first Global Minor Use Summit. He currently is adelegate on the international Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues serves on the editorialboard of Outlooks of Pest Management and Board of Directors of the IPM Voice.Dr. Baron received his Ph.D. in Horticulture with emphasis on weed management fromNorth Carolina State University and earned his M.S. and B.S. degrees from The Ohio State4

University with focus on Horticulture and Pest Management.He is married and father of three young adults. He is also a competitive runner andcertified running coach who has completed 51 full marathons. Other hobbies include soccerreferee and gardening.NANCY FITZNancy Fitz is a chemical engineer for the Office of Pesticide Programs in the U.S. EnvironmentalProtection Agency. She has worked on policies and regulations regarding pesticide containers,containment, disposal, storage, and transportation for over 30 years and worked on the WorkerProtection Standard for several years. In September 2018, Nancy started as the Minor Use TeamLeader in OPP’s Registration Division, where she coordinates with the IR-4 Project and facilitatesthe review of pesticide petitions for uses on specialty crops.MEG HATHAWAYMeg Hathaway is the Senior Regulatory Specialist for the Herbicide Branch in the RegistrationDivision of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Program (OPP). OPP’s Registration Division is responsiblefor, in collaboration with its many stakeholders, regulating product registrations, amendments,tolerances, experimental use permits, and emergency exemptions for conventional chemicalpesticides.Prior to her current role, Meg served as a Chemical Review Manager in OPP’s Pesticide Reevaluation Division. Projects she has worked on at EPA include RD’s 2020 dicamba registrationdecision, the development of a new fumigant air modelling system for 1,3-D, and theregistration review of high-profile pesticides such as glyphosate, sodium cyanide, and theneonicotinoid insecticides. She also oversaw the development and publication of EPA’s 2017interim decision covering 22 sulfonylurea herbicide chemicals. Meg holds a Master of PublicAffairs (MPA) specializing in policy analysis and a Master of Science in Environmental Science(MSES) specializing in water resource management from Indiana University’s School of Publicand Environmental Affairs, as well as an MA in Anthropology from University College London.ANA PINTOAna is a Chemical Review Manager (CRM) in the Pesticide Re-evaluation Division (PRD) of EPA’sOffice of Pesticide Programs. PRD is responsible for reviewing each registered pesticide every 15years to determine whether it continues to meet the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, andRodenticide Act (FIFRA) standard for registration. As a CRM, Ana is responsible for managingthe chemical review process and she has been the CRM for the registration review of paraquatdichloride since November 2019.CAROLYN SCHROEDERCarolyn Schroeder is Chief of the Certification and Worker Protection Branch (CWPB) in EPA’sOffice of Pesticide Programs (OPP) Pesticide Re-evaluation Division. Before joining (actually,rejoining!) CWPB in the fall of 2019, Carolyn served as a Team Leader in OPP’s PesticideReevaluation Division (PRD) for conventional pesticides going through registration review.5

Overall, Carolyn has been part of OPP for 15 years, spending over 10 years in CWPB to improvepesticide worker safety through regulation, resource development, outreach, and training.CWPB’s primary focus is on the implementation of two federal regulations: the WorkerProtection Standard and Certification of Pesticide Applicators. She has a B.S. in Biology fromMillersville University, and an M.S. in public health from the London School of Hygiene andTropical Medicine.MATTHEW LLOYDMatthew Lloyd joined the Worker Protection Branch (CWPB) as Team Leader in early 2019.Before that, Matthew served in EPA’s Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT’s)Chemical Control Division for three years, where he worked on new chemical risk managementissues after the enactment of the Frank R. Lautenberg Act in 2016. Mr. Lloyd originally joinedOPP in 2004 and served for 12 years in various capacities in OPP, including as a human healthrisk assessor in OPP’s Health Effects Division, a team leader in OPP’s Pesticide ReevaluationDivision, and a detail with FEAD’s CWPB. He has a BS in Environmental Sciences from UMASSAmherst, and an M.S. in Environmental Health with a concentration in industrial hygiene fromHarvard School of Public Health.STEPHEN BRADBURYSteve Bradbury is a professor in the Departments of Entomology and Natural Resource Ecologyand Management at Iowa State University. Prior to joining the ISU faculty in 2014, Steve wasthe Director of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs.BILL CHISMBill Chism is a Senior Biologist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of PesticidePrograms (OPP) with responsibilities for resistance management for conventional pesticides. Hegrew up on a vegetable farm in California, has a B.S. degree in Entomology from U.C. Davis anda Ph.D. degree in Weed Science from Virginia Tech. He has worked on the farm, for theextension service, a pesticide manufacturer, and has spent over 20 years at OPP. He lives inMaryland with his wife, cats, dogs, and horses.NIKHIL MALLAMPALLINikhil is an entomologist in OPP’s Biological and Economic Analysis Division (BEAD). Amongother duties, he coordinated the development of EPA’s cur

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES IN ORDER OF PRESENTATION . 2 MONDAY March 8, 2021 SHAWN HARDING Shawn Harding was elected President of North Carolina Farm Bureau and its affiliated companies in December 2019. He has been very active in every aspect of Farm Bureau from serving as a local county Farm Bureau President and Board member to serving on state advisory committees, and the State Board of Directors .

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