Eamon Monahan serves as CRA’s Vice President of Environmental Affairs and Workplace Safety. In his position, he leads three of CRA’s member committees, overseeing and executing legislative and regulatory priorities for environmental, transportation and workplace safety policies.
Prior to joining CRA, Eamon oversaw a laboratory and certification body for formaldehyde emissions at the Composite Panel Association, ensuring that North American composite wood manufacturers satisfied the requirements of EPA’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Title VI regulation. He also administered a workplace safety program for the composite panel industry. Before that, Eamon served as a Presidential Management Fellow in EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation, coordinating a broad range of air quality and climate change issues for the Assistant Administrator’s office. As manager of the testing and certification process for ENERGY STAR products at EPA, Eamon gained expertise in sustainable product standards and consumer product labeling. Eamon has a Master’s degree in Public Policy from American University.
You can learn more about Eamon in our CRA Staff Profile series.