Brad Thomas, an 8-year US Army Veteran, holds a B.S. in Mathematics from The Ohio State University, an M.A. in Air Pollution Meteorology from Ohio University, and an M.Min. from Freed-Hardeman University. He has spent the majority of his 30-year professional career in Alaska, Texas, and Ohio specializing in atmospheric pollutant measurement and modeling and using that information to inform regulatory and legislative direction on both the state and federal levels.
Over the last 10 years, his environmental efforts have broadened to include wetlands classifications and values, NEPA analyses, and broader considerations around land uses. Over his entire career, he has participated in administrative and judicial proceedings as they relate to agency environmental decisions and actions. In his spare time, he enjoys working with people who have lost their way and found themselves incarcerated.