Angie Shatas

US Environmental Protection Agency

Biography

Angie Shatas is the Associate National Program Director for US EPA’s Air, Climate, and Energy Research Program. Angie led planning efforts, including listening sessions and workshops, to inform the Office of Research and Development’s next strategic research framework for addressing air quality, climate-related, and/or other environmental issues that impact frontline communities. In addition to environmental justice work, Angie has a broad knowledge of air and energy issues, an understanding of the interaction between policy and research, and the ability to build relationships with diverse stakeholders. Angie also worked in OAR’s Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, where build relationships across multiple offices within EPA and other federal agencies, state associations, multi-jurisdictional organizations (MJOs) and nongovernmental organizations to incorporate clean energy into air quality plans and support work on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and green infrastructure. Angie earned her master’s in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.