Hollis Luzecky is an attorney-advisor in the EPA's Office of Site Remediation Enforcement. Hollis works on traditional CERCLA enforcement issues, but has a passion for brownfields and redevelopment work, which she has been doing for about 8 years. She provides assistance to Regions in issuing comfort/status letters and helped draft the model letters associated with the Re-Powering America's Land Initiative, issued with the 2012 Revised Tenants as BFPP Guidance. Hollis also has experience working on agreements and using other enforcement tools to support reuse. She drafted EPA's fact sheet on The Benefits of Integrating Reuse to Achieve Enforcement and Environmental Protection Goals, and is a champion for reuse, even though it is not always perceived as part of the traditional enforcement role.