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Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Photo Gallery, 2018

Regional Administrator Mike Stoker has traveled to many parts of the Pacific Southwest since joining EPA in May of 2018. In addition to touring a number of Superfund sites and water infrastructure projects, he has visited several tribal nations, the U.S.-Mexico Border area, Arizona, Hawaii and Guam.

Regional Administrator Site Visits

  • (From left) EPA staff John Hillenbrand and EPA Regional Administrator Mike Stoker survey the Trinity River near Copper Bluff Mine with Ken Norton, Director of the Hoopa Tribal Environmental Protection Agency, and Mark Higley, Tribal Wildlife Biologist. (From left) EPA staff John Hillenbrand and EPA Regional Administrator Mike Stoker survey the Trinity River near Copper Bluff Mine with Ken Norton, Director of the Hoopa Tribal Environmental Protection Agency, and Mark Higley, Tribal Wildlife Biologist.
  • Misael Cabrera (left), Director of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and EPA Region 9 Administrator Mike Stoker. Misael Cabrera (left), Director of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and EPA Region 9 Administrator Mike Stoker.
  • Regional Administrator Mike Stoker with Kevin Piper, Cal Poly Agricultural Sciences Department and Lexie Bell of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program Regional Administrator Mike Stoker with Kevin Piper, Cal Poly Agricultural Sciences Department and Lexie Bell of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program.
  • Regional Administrator Mike Stoker with Eric Endersby, Harbor Director of Morro Bay Harbor Department and Lexie Bell of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program Regional Administrator Mike Stoker with Eric Endersby, Harbor Director of Morro Bay Harbor Department and Lexie Bell of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program.
  • Photograph of group of people with two of them holding award plaques Gila River Indian Community (GRIC), left to right - Edith Thomas, GRIC Water Quality Program Manager; Willard Antone III, Senior Environmental Planner & Policy Analyst; Chad McIntosh, HQ OITA.
  • Regional Administrator Mike Stoker Guam standing if front of "EPA Funded Project" Sign Regional Administrator Mike Stoker (right) with EPA Pacific Islands Manager John McCarroll on-site in Guam at $4.5 million EPA-funded construction project to improve the sewer system in the Agat area of Guam.
  • Regional Administrator Mike Stoker with Governor and Lt. Governor Elect of Guam Regional Administrator Mike Stoker (center) with incoming Guam Governor Lourdes “Lou” Leon Guerrero and Lieutenant Governor Josh Tenorio.
  •  EPA Pacific Southwest Administrator Mike Stoker Guam (From L to R) Guam Consolidated Commission on Utilities (CCU) Board Vice Chair Francis Santos, CCU Board Chair Joey Duenas, Regional Administrator Mike Stoker, and Guam EPA Board Chair Bob Perron.
  • EPA Pacific Southwest Administrator Mike Stoker Regional Administrator Mike Stoker in Guam surveying Granular Activated Carbon Treatment for PFAS contaminated water well, together with Miguel Bordallo, Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) General Manager, and Ron Topasna, GWA Operator.
  • Pacific Southwest Administrator Mike Stoker with Nancy Pelosi U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi of California with Regional Administrator Mike Stoker.