Alexi Sanchez de Boado DC Regional Office Manager

DC Regional Office Manager

Alexi Sanchez de Boado

Alexi is our DC Regional Office Manager and Senior Project Manager who focuses on watershed management and green infrastructure. For almost two decades, he has managed watershed management projects in the DC metro area, and beyond, for federal, state, county and local governments and other government entities under the authority of the Clean Water Act, National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and related regulations.

Serving as an urban watershed manager and regulator for six years for the District of Columbia’s Watershed Protection Division, Nonpoint Source Management Branch Alexi managed cross-jurisdictional, urban watershed rehabilitation projects, developed and coordinated the District’s Low Impact Development (LID) Initiatives Program, and oversaw complex stream and watershed assessment projects with a huge variety of stakeholders, from local NGOs to federal land holders. Since then, he has consulted as a scientist in both large and small consulting firms focusing on stormwater pollution, stream restoration, watershed planning, and green infrastructure.

Alexi holds a Master of Science in Environmental and Forest Biology from the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) and a Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.  At SUNY ESF, Alexi’s Master’s thesis research involved regional scale analysis of select controls of dissolved inorganic nitrogen loss from five hardwood ecosystems in the eastern United States at the watershed scale. At the Maxwell School, he specialized in environmental policy and administration.

In his spare time Alexi enjoys attending musical events particularly of the Baroque period, mambo, jazz, biking, automobile mechanics and travelling, especially through Latin America.

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