US Environmental Protection Agency • Region 9
Manager of the Arizona and Federal Facility Section • EPA Region 9 Superfund and Emergency Management Division lead for PFAS
Michelle Rogow is a Supervisor in the Federal Facilities and Site Cleanup Branch in the Superfund Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9 in San Francisco, California. In this capacity, she manages a team of remedial project managers who are involved in site cleanup primarily in Arizona and California. Under her guidance, her team both overseas and undertakes PFAS and emerging contaminant investigations and cleanups. Ms. Rogow serves as the PFAS and emerging contaminants Lead for Region 9’s Superfund Program and is a member of the Federal Facilities Leadership Counsel, of which PFAS is a primary priority.
Ms. Rogow has worked in EPA’s Superfund Program for over 32 years, as a manager in the remedial program and as an On Scene Coordinator assessing and responding to oil and hazardous substance releases in California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawai’i and the Pacific Islands. She has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with concentrations in geology, hydrology and ecology from Drexel University and is a licensed professional civil engineer in California.
Contact: (415) 972-3082