Mr. Slack is a Principal responsible for researching, developing, and implementing cost-effective field investigations and project coordination involving threatened and endangered species effects analyses and surveys, wetland delineations, stream habitat assessments, Endangered Species Act (ESA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and Clean Water Act (CWA) permitting. His daily responsibilities include managing large projects and staff, writing and editing project reports, designing study plans using the most current scientific methods, and qualitative/quantitative interpretation of project data. Prior to joining CEC in 2010, Mr. Slack spent 16 years with other firms in the private environmental consulting arena, supervising field investigations for large and small research projects.
Mr. Slack is the current holder of CEC’s Federal Bat Scientific Collecting Permit, which is valid for the entire range of Indiana bats and northern long-eared bats. He is also a US Fish and Wildlife Service Qualified Bat Surveyor in the State of Pennsylvania.