Larry Weinstock has been the Program Innovation Coordinator in EPA's Office of Air and Radiation since 1999. In this role, he helps to develop environmentally responsible program innovations working with the program offices of OAR, the Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation, and other Agency staff. He is currently co-leading an Agency-wide effort developing EPA’s new multimedia community toxics program: Community Action for a Renewed Environment or CARE. He has worked on a wide range of innovation issues including Partnership and Voluntary Programs, New Source Review, Permits, Environmental Management Systems, Smart Growth, and Performance Track. Prior to becoming the Program Innovation Coordinator, he worked in a variety of staff and management roles in the Office of Radiation and Indoor Air (ORIA), including being the Acting Office Director for 19 months. During his time in ORIA, he worked on a number of issues including the certification of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, radioactive waste disposal, the cleanup of radioactive sites, limiting air emissions of radionuclides, and radiological emergency response. Larry holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Juris Doctor degree with honors from George Washington University.