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Due to the fact that asbestos has been used extensively in residential, commercial and industrial construction, District Regulation 11-2-401.3 requires that for every renovation involving the removal of 100 sq ft/lin ft or greater of Regulated Asbestos Containing Material, and for every demolition (even when no asbestos is present), a notification must be made to the BAAQMD at least 10 working days (except in special circumstances) prior to commencement of demolition/renovation.

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Executive Office

The Executive Office has overall responsibility for policy development, administration, enforcement, permit, technical, planning and public information functions and activities of the District. The Executive Office's overall mission is to support the goals of the Air District.

The Air District uses a progressive approach to regulating air pollution. By adopting reasonable air quality plans and then following through with sensible regulations (sensitive to socioeconomic impacts), flexible permitting, helpful compliance assistance, and proactive enforcement, the District has one of the most responsive air programs in the nation.

Jack Broadbent
Jack Broadbent

Executive Officer/APCO

(415) 749-5052

Jack P. Broadbent serves as the Chief Executive Officer/Air Pollution Control Officer, for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District). In this position, Mr. Broadbent is responsible for directing the Air District's programs to achieve and maintain healthy air quality for the 7 million people that reside in the nine county region of California's San Francisco Bay Area.

Mr. Broadbent joins the Air District after serving more than two and a half years as the Director of the Air Division at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX. In that position, Mr. Broadbent was responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Clean Air Act as well as indoor air quality and radiation programs for the Pacific Southwest region of the United States. Before serving at the EPA, Mr. Broadbent worked for the South Coast Air Quality Management District as a Deputy Executive Officer, Director of Planning and other senior management positions. While at the South Coast District, Mr. Broadbent directed the development of a number of landmark programs that contributed to significant improvements in air quality in the Los Angeles region.

Mr. Broadbent also has experience in private industry. In the 1980s, Mr. Broadbent served as Corporate Environmental Programs Manager for the largest private employer in California: Hughes Aircraft Company.

Mr. Broadbent holds a Master's degree in Environmental Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science—both from the University of California at Riverside.

Jean Roggenkamp
Jean Roggenkamp

Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer

(415) 749-4646

Jean Roggenkamp is a Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Her responsibilities include overseeing the Planning, Policy and Public Outreach functions of the agency. She joined the Air District staff in 1985 in the Planning and Research Division and has been a member of the management team since 1990.

Prior to joining the Air District, Ms. Roggenkamp was an environmental planning consultant. Her primary focus was using geographic information systems for natural resource planning.

Ms. Roggenkamp holds a Master of City and Regional Planning and a Master of Environmental Planning from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Economics from Cornell University.

Jeffrey McKay
Jeff McKay

Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer

(415) 749-4629

Jeff McKay is a Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Dr. McKay joined the Air District in 2003 where his prior responsibilities have included Finance, Administration, and Information Services.

Prior to joining the Air District, Dr. McKay held a variety of management positions including at HMT Technology where he was Chief Information Officer and at IBM where he was a manager.

Dr. McKay holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Yale University.

Damian Breen
Damian Breen

Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer

(415) 749-5041

Mr. Breen currently heads up the Strategic Innovations Section of Bay Area Air Quality Management District.  This section executes Air District incentives programs; and develops and supports the Air District’s data and permitting technology systems in order to reduce criteria pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions. 

Mr. Breen previously served as the Director of the Strategic Incentives Division where he oversaw the grants programs targeted by Air District to reduce diesel particulate matter and health risk at the Port of Oakland.  He also worked for 10 years in the Air District’s Compliance and Enforcement Division and previously for Home Savings of America Bank and various environmental consultancy firms in the United States and Europe. 

Mr. Breen possesses a wealth of knowledge on national, international and California regulations pertaining to wastewater, hazardous materials and air pollution.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the National University of Ireland and a postgraduate diploma in Pollution Assessment and Control from the Irish Institute for Technology.

Jaime Williams
Jaime Williams

Information Technology Officer

(415) 749-4904

Jaime A. Williams has spent his career designing, implementing and managing technology products and services that improve efficiency in the environmental and civil engineering sectors. Jaime currently serves as the Information Technology Officer for the Bay Air Quality Management District, where he manages enterprise architecture, software development and information technology strategy.

Jaime began his career as a consultant for CH2M HILL developing mobile software solutions that integrated GPS and GIS technology for civil infrastructure, resource management and environmental engineering applications. He served in various software development, business architecture and project/program management roles before becoming the Software Development Practice Lead for the Western United States.

In 2008, Jaime joined the Bay Area Air Quality Management District as the Enterprise Software Development Manager to help spearhead the redesign of their air quality regulatory permitting and compliance business processes, and the implementation of a new software platform and systems to support these processes. He served in this role for three years before becoming the Director of Information Services, prior to taking on his current position.

Jaime holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science from Harvard University, and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.

Last Updated: 6/21/2013