Mr. Goodman has 20 years of experience in the environmental field, both in the Federal Government as well as the private sector. Mr. Goodman’s career has taken him to over 40 states where he has worked on National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) matters, energy policy, environmental compliance, environmental policy, and renewable energy projects. Mr. Goodman also served for over 9 years as a certified COR project manager for the Federal Government and has technical expertise in a wide range of environmental projects, from NEPA and National Historic Preservation Act compliance to ecological resources and wetland delineation. He has led traditional cultural property surveys, worked on aquatic biological surveys of anadromous fish, and completed EPT benthic macroinvertebrate studies. He also has testified extensively before the Atomic Safety Licensing Board and several U.S. Federal District Courts to support the work of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Mr. Goodman obtained his M.S. from Johns Hopkins University and is B.S. from Muhlenberg College. When he’s not working to save the planet, he enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and spending time with his wife Amy and daughter Sidney.
Speaking for 20 years ranging from graduations to keynoting energy and environmental conferences