The Boeing Company
Steve Shestag is the Director of Environment for The Boeing Company. He is responsible for leading the development of companywide strategy and policy that shapes the environmental performance of Boeing’s global operations, products and services, as well as environmental compliance and remediation commitments.
Shestag has over 30 years of experience in environmental policy, compliance, cleanup and restoration work. He also extensive experience in geotechnical studies, stormwater management, water supply and program management. Shestag has also led a variety of restoration projects, including riparian habitat, pollinator habitat and fishery habitat projects several of which have been recognized with awards from EPA and NOAA.
In his 20+ years at Boeing, Steve has enjoyed working with diverse groups of stakeholders to find practical and timely solutions that improve the environment and reduce risks. He is proud to serve on the Board of Directors for Pollinator Partnership and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Conservation Corps and on the King County Land Conservation Advisory Board.
Key Remediation Advances and What's Left for Us to Do?
This panel discussion will feature speakers with decades of experience in the environmental industry. The panelists will focus on key advances that the remediation industry has seen over the last twenty years and will also highlight remaining challenges (e.g., technical, economical, etc.) for site restoration. The panel will be moderated by John Edgcomb, a top rated environmental attorney in California. Panelists include Steven Shestag (The Boeing Company) and Brian Noonan (Anadarko Petroleum Corporation) who will provide site owner perspectives, Kira Lynch (U.S. EPA) and Dr. Gunarti Coghlan (NAVFAC HQ) who will provide a Department of Defense research and development perspective, and Dr. Peter Zeeb (Geosyntec Consultants) who will provide a practitioner perspective. A pending speaker will provide a regulatory perspective.