US Environmental Protection Agency Region III, Branch Chief, Toxics Program
Stacie Pratt earned her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering Technology from Temple University in 1997 and her master’s degree in civil/environmental engineering from Temple University in 1999. Stacie began her Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) career in the fall of 1998 as a student volunteer in the Air Protection Division. Upon graduation, she worked as an environmental consultant at Environmental Resources Management for one year, and then returned to the EPA in the drinking water program.
Over her past 18 years with the EPA, she has performed inspections and developed enforcement cases for the drinking water programs and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) program dealing with hazardous waste and underground storage tanks. Stacie also served as a Remedial Project Manager in the Superfund program; worked as a program analyst in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer at EPA headquarters; and was the acting Regional Equal Employment Opportunity Manager. Stacie also served as a team leader for RCRA state programs. Since January 2018, she has been serving as the branch chief of the toxics programs, which includes enforcement and programmatic work regarding the statutes of the Toxic Substances Control Act (e.g., lead-based paint, Core TSCA and polychlorinated biphenyls) and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. Stacie lives in Haddon Township, NJ with her husband and their 5-year-old daughter.