With over 20 years of experience in the Indian Health Service, Captain Michael Stover worked with tribes in New England, New York, Alaska, California, and Arizona, designing and constructing water and wastewater treatment facilities. At the EPA Region 1, Captain Stover was the Indian Program Manager and tribal subject matter expert. In this capacity, he advised the Region’s senior managers pertaining to the tribes’ environmental needs and the obligations to the Native Nations. This included being the primary agency liaison between the tribes and state/federal agencies on tribal issues. Committed to improving the environment and public health, Captain Stover serves on the Boston Professional Chapter of Executive Board of the Engineers Without Borders and is the project lead for the Chamhawi Drinking Water Project in rural Tanzania.