Lynn Baileyis a Federal Facilities Cleanup Project Manager with EPA Region 9, Superfund and Emergency Management Division. Lynn was previously with the Hawaii Department of Health Hazard Evaluation and Emergency Response Office where she was an Environmental Health Specialist for the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Hazard Evaluation and Emergency Response Office in Honolulu since 2008. In order to outreach to workers who encounter environmental contamination issues during construction projects, Lynn worked with a consultant to design and deliver Contaminant Awareness Training (CAT). Since 2011, more than 20 CAT audiences have learned to identify contamination during the planning phases of a project, understand release reporting requirements, and learn best management practices that can prevent small problems from becoming larger ones. Lynn also provides regulatory oversight to encourage safe management of contamination during construction of the 20-mile Honolulu Rail Transit Project, a multi- billion dollar project. Additionally, under the State Response Program she assisted with research projects and guidance development. Lynn also is Hawaii's State Engagement Program representative to the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council. Prior to joining the HDOH, Lynn assisted with the Columbia Shuttle Disaster and Hurricane Katrina responses and was site safety officer, project manager, and/or Project Quality Control Manager for numerous sampling and/or remediation projects. Lynn earned a bachelor's of science in environmental science with chemistry focus from Hawaii Pacific University in Honolulu, HI.