Alec Naugle is a Senior Engineering Geologist in the Groundwater Protection Division at the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Bay Region where he has worked since 1999. Alec leads a unit that oversees solvent and petroleum hydrocarbon cleanups at Department of Energy laboratories and closed military bases, many of which are undergoing conversion for civilian use. He is also co-chair of the Region's technical groundwater committee, which supports the Board's planning activities related to groundwater quality and beneficial use. Prior to joining the Board, Alec worked as a consultant on various military and private sites in California and the Northeast and as a regulator in the UST program. Alec has been a member of ITRC since 2000 participating in the Permeable Reactive Barriers, Enhanced Attenuation: Chlorinated Organics, and Integrated DNAPL Site Strategy teams. Alec earned a bachelorís degree in chemistry and geology from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio in 1986 and a masterís degree in groundwater hydrology from the University of California at Davis in 2001. Alec is a Registered Professional Geologist in California.