Marvin Cling, Sr
Passamaquody Tribe at Pleasant Point, Region 1 (Alt)
Marvin Cling, Sr. is the new NTAA EC Alternate for USEPA Region 1. He is employed by the Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Tribe as an environmental planner/director. His past and current experiences since 2001 include TSCA-related risk assessments and inspections, water quality sampling, fish toxicity studies, PM 2.5 monitoring, ozone monitoring, meteorological monitoring, woodstove change outs, providing GPS-GIS support for various tribal environmental projects, providing indoor air quality expertise, and educating home owners about energy auditing and how home weatherization impacts IAQ on the reservation. He maintains his HAZWOPER training for spill response exercises. His future goals include undertaking another fish tissue study and building capacity for the tribal ecology program. He also hopes to bring in additional funding as he has brought in Brownfields and other USEPA media funding. He has an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Haskell Indian Nations University, a BS in Business Administration in Information Technology and a MSM in Information Technology Management from Colorado Technical University. Marvin has also assisted ITEP with course teaching and has been the tribal instructor for the AQ Computation since 2006. He also represents USEPA Region 1 tribes in the E-Enterprise Leadership Council. He has also served on the TAMS Steering Committee.