Ms. Sara Y. Romero is the certification coordinator for NRSB. Ms. Romero worked in the veterinary industry for over fifteen years, focusing on specialized client services and bringing animal health awareness to the public. Ms. Romero brings her experience and dedication to the program to help raise awareness and aid the radon industry.
Michelle Wunderlich was the certification coordinator for the NRSB for over 13 years. Having a background from what NRSB does from an internal administrative view and also being in contact with manufacturers, competing groups, federal and state programs, etc. gives Mrs. Wunderlich a unique look at the industry that many do not have. We are …
President and Member of the Board of Directors Ms. Bredhoff has been active in the radon industry since 1985 when the Radon Testing Corporation of American (RTCA) was incorporated. Nancy was one of the founders of RTCA and has served as President from 1989 to present.
Bill Bell is retired from the Massachusetts Radiation Control Program where he managed the state’s Radon Unit. He has extensive experience in radon testing and mitigation and regularly provided consultations and technical assistance to consumers and the radon industry, as well as local, state, and federal agencies.
Mr. George has 60 years experience related to radiation activities. He conducted studies in uranium mines from 1967-1972 to determine the exposure conditions of the miners and estimate their radon and radon decay product exposure.
Dr. Houle is a Professor Emeritus from East Stroudsburg University having taught in the Physics Department for 32 years, having chaired the department for 17 years and continues to be actively engaged in radon research.
Mr. Shefsky is a Senior Research Scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific Niton Analyzers.
Lorin is the Vice President of Rad Elec, where he has worked for the past 10 years. During this time he was Dr. Payasada Kotrappa’s primary research assistant for ongoing electret ion chamber research, and has presented several of these papers at previous AARST symposiums.