Board of Directors

Victoria L Hodge

Victoria is the Municipal Sales Manager for the Western Region for Otto Environmental Systems. In this position, Victoria works with the field sales team to build municipal business in both products and services. Previously she worked as the Home Chemical Collection (HCC) Supervisor for the City of Denton’s, Texas, Solid Waste Department. The HCC program was created in 2005 as a result of Victoria’s efforts. Within this program, Victoria focused on pharmaceutical take-back issues and served as the project manager for Denton Drug Disposal Day (D4) Program, which hosted events and offered drug collection kiosks for safe disposal. At this time she participates on the Membership, Communications, Affiliations and Sponsorship Committees.

Email: Victoria.Hodge@otto-usa.com

Dave Waddell
Vice President

Dave has been a member of NAHMMA since 2001 and a member of the Board since 2005. He chaired the Training Committee from 2006 to 2010 when he became President of the Board for three years. He has been a presenter and trainer at every NAHMMA national conference since 2002. Dave's full-time work for the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County, Washington, focuses on high-hazard chemicals found in laboratories and schools and on chemical hazards that pose risks to artists. He's been an environmental professional since 1985. During his spare time, he works with other states and other counties in Washington State to train teachers and school administrators on managing risks from hazardous chemicals and conducting school chemical cleanout projects through his company Waddell Environmental LLC.

Email: dave.waddell@kingcounty.gov

Fred Gabriel

Fred was elected to the NAHMMA board in 2011 and has been a member since 2007. He started in the hazardous waste industry in 1993 and worked his first HHW event in 1997. Fred is presently employed by Clean Harbors as the Vice President Vertical Markets, Education, and Household Hazardous Waste Services. He looks forward to helping NAHMMA stay relevant in the professional lives of its members.

Email: gabriel.fred@cleanharbors.com

Cheryl Lofrano-Zaske

Cheryl has been involved with the NAHMMA board for over 8 years and one of her first presentations on batteries was at an early NAHMMA conference. She joined RBRC in 2000 and has recently become their Safety and Compliance Manger.

Email: clofrano-zaske@call2recycle.org

Mike O'Donnell

Mike has been involved in Washington State Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) programs since 1993 and has been on the NAHMMA board of directors since 1995. Starting as a labpack chemist, he worked in numerous HHW positions at PSC Environmental Services including managing their HHW accounts for the Pacific Northwest Region. In 2010, PSC was awarded the Oregon PaintCare product stewardship contract. Mike’s project team successfully launched the program and still manages program transportation and recycling logistics today. In 2011, he was hired by PaintCare to develop and implement a similar program for California. In 2012, he joined Product Care Association to develop the framework for the Washington State Fluorescent Light Product Stewardship program: Light-Cycle Washington.

Email: mikeo@totalreclaim.com

Donald Hardee

Donald Hardee is a Division Manager in the Austin Resource Recovery Department for the City of Austin, TX. He manages the City’s Household Hazardous Waste Program, Resource Recovery Center, Landfill Operations, and Brush Grinding Operations. Prior to joining the City of Austin in 2006, he worked 16 years in the private sector in the hazardous waste disposal field. He earned Bachelor's Degrees in Biology & Chemistry from Francis Marion University in Florence, SC. His past duties have included environmental consulting, hazardous materials and DOT training, managing operations for hazardous materials cleanup and disposal, household hazardous waste collection events, and performing high hazard deactivations.

Email: donald.hardee@austintexas.gov

Ray Carveth

Email: ray.carveth@kingcounty.gov

Curt DeBrunner

Curt was born and raised in Ft Lauderdale. He received his BS degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida. Curt has worked at EQ for over 16 years at their Tampa TSDF and has served as their primary HHW specialist over that time. He has held the positions at EQ as field chemist, facility chemist, HHW project manager and account executive. Curt is responsible for HHW business development and manages all services under their government contracts. Curt has been a NAHMMA member since 2007 and has served on the National Board of Directors since 2009. Currently he holds the position of Treasurer for our Florida Chapter, is the sponsorship chair and has actively participated in conference planning.

Email: curt.debrunner@eqonline.com

Jeff Gloyd

Jeff is a Strategic Account Manager for Waste Management’s Manufacturing and Industrial segment. Since joining the Waste Management team, Jeff has been developing and promoting sustainable environmental solutions for both businesses and consumers. He gained experience while managing a regional hazardous waste and landfill operation in Wisconsin. He serves as NAHMMA's Affiliations Chair.

Email: jgloyd@universalrecyclers.com

Richard J Lobinske

Richard grew up in Lake County, Florida. He received my B.S. (1984) and M.S. (1995) Degrees in Biology from the University of Central Florida and received a Ph.D. (2001) in Entomology from the University of Florida. He worked for 20 years in academic research at four locations with the University of Florida. During that time, was responsible for preparing laboratory hazardous waste for disposal. He moved to the Tallahassee area in 2005, where Lobinske worked for 3 years as the Leon County Mosquito Control Superintendent before becoming the Hazardous Waste Manager in 2008. The Leon County Center is open six days per week, has three satellite ABOP locations, has three full-time and two part-time employees. In FY 12-13, the center processed 440 tons of HHW and 555 tons of e-scrap from our facilities and 11 collection events. Since 2012, Lobinske has provided chemist services to Okaloosa County to assist in processing materials collected by them from neighboring Northwest Florida counties under the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Coop program. Lobinske has been active in the Florida chapter of NAHMMA since 2008, is currently Secretary for the Executive Board, chair of the Awards Committee, and part of the planning committee for the 2014 Workshop.

Email: lobinsker@leoncountyfl.gov

Gena Mckinley

Gena has been a member since 2005 and on the board since 2008. She works in the Sustainable Development Program for H-GAC. Her responsibilities include coordinating with local governments on environmental issues and source reduction and recycling projects, administrating state solid waste grants, and coordinating educational workshops.

Email: gena.m.mckinley@gmail.com

Kelby Neal

Kelby has been a member of NAHMMA since 2001 and was elected to the board in 2006. His current employer is PSC as the Director of Regional Sales-Gulf Coast. He started working in the hazardous waste disposal field in 1996 for Ensco. PSC Environmental Services

Email: kelby.neal@pscnow.com

Jim Quinn

Jim has worked in the hazardous waste management field since 1984. He began in the private sector, serving as chemist and regulatory compliance officer for a small hazardous waste recycling company in Northern California. Since 1991 he has been with Metro, in Portland Oregon, a metropolitan area-wide agency that oversees solid waste disposal in the region. He manages Metro’s Hazardous Waste Program, which includes two permanent hazardous waste facilities, a series of HHW collection events around the region, a small business hazardous waste collection program, and a state of the art latex paint recycling facility. Jim currently chairs NAHMMA’s Policy Committee. BA Chemistry, Reed College, 1984, MS Environmental Management, University of San Francisco, 1990

Email: quinnj@metro.dst.or.us

Jack Ranney

Mr. Ranney is the PSC HHW Account Representative, Gulf Coast and South Regions Mr. Ranney was the Program Coordinator for the Lower Colorado River Authority’s HHW collection and education program. He coordinated collection events in LCRA’s 10 county statutory district in cooperation with local governmental entities. He also assisted many communities in the LCRA electric and water service area with HHW and municipal solid waste planning. He also served as a Third Party Administrator for TCEQ’s Supplemental Environmental Program, was liaison with the former Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s Agricultural Waste Pesticide Collection Program and Texas Pharmaceuticals Disposal Advisory Committee. 12 years Household Hazardous Waste Management Experience and 4 years of experience assisting local governmental entities with HHW and waste management strategic planning. Mr. Ranney has specialized in Household Hazardous Waste Collections Programs and Ag Chemical Collection Programs. Mr. Ranney has been a member of the North American Hazardous Materials Management Association since 1997 and is a member of the Capital Area Planning Council’s Solid Waste Advisory Committee, serving as At-Large-Member with specialty in Household Hazardous Waste. In 2013, Mr. Ranney was elected to the 2014 Board of Directors of the North American Hazardous Materials Management Association (NAHMMA).

Email: john.ranney@pscnow.com

Ionie Wallace

Ionie Wallace was elected to the Board in 2011 and has been a NAHMMA member since 1997. She is vice president of the California Chapter and has served on the training committee that she currently chairs for many years. Ionie Is a Registered Environmental Health Specialist and Supervising Hazardous Materials Specialist for the San Bernardino County Household Hazardous Waste program. Ionie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science from California State University, San Bernardino, and the Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management from the University of California Extension, Riverside. Additionally, she holds a Diploma in Public Health from the West Indies School of Public Health and a Certificate in Community Health from the University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica. She is also a California Specialized Training Institute certified instructor and OSHA authorized instructor for 10 and 30-hour general industry safety courses. Ionie co-authored the 24-hour HHW/CESQG operations training manual which is currently one of the texts used in the SWANA/NAHMMA 24-hour HHW/CESQG waste management class.

Email: ioniewallace@sbcglobal.net