Mr. Segall plays a key role in creating a zero-emission transportation sector and addressing long-standing transportation inequities to achieve California’s clean air, community protection, and climate goals. Mr. Segall’s responsibilities include all facets of new and emerging air pollution control programs and policies related to mobile emissions sources. In addition, he oversees the incentive programs in the Sustainable Transportation and Communities Division and the Mobile Source Control Division. Ultimately, the work of his division will help Californians move around in ways that are safe, clean, and fair, in communities that are thriving and equitable. Mr. Segall holds a J.D. from Stanford Law School and graduated from the University of Chicago where he studied biology and environmental studies.