Jack Broadbent serves as the Executive Officer/Air Pollution Control Officer for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. In this position, Mr. Broadbent is responsible for directing the Air District’s programs to achieve a healthy breathing environment for every Bay Area resident while protecting and improving public health, air quality, and the global climate for the  nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. Under his direction, the Air District has led the development of a comprehensive greenhouse gas program, grants to reduce diesel pollution, refinery emissions tracking rule and the Commuter Benefits Program. Prior to the Air District, Mr. Broadbent worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Pacific Southwest region. In that position, Mr. Broadbent was responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Clean Air Act as well as indoor air quality and radiation programs.

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