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Jane Metcalfe is an international environmental policy specialist. In 2013, she retired from her position as a senior advisor in the Office of International and Tribal Affairs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Over her 28 year career with the EPA, Metcalfe held a variety of positions including with the Superfund office, with the Office of Research and Development, and with the Administrator’s Office. Prior to joining the EPA, Metcalfe worked for a consulting firm on water and wastewater issues.

Metcalfe managed EPA’s cooperative programs in Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East, and Africa. She was involved in projects ranging from sustainable management of electronic waste, to development of a demonstration program on reducing emissions of black carbon from diesel sources in the Arctic, to water and sanitation programs in Africa.

Metcalfe held leadership roles in several international environmental programs, including the global Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles, designed to eliminate lead from gasoline globally, reduce sulfur from diesel and gasoline fuels, and introduce cleaner vehicle technologies.

Metcalfe holds a BS in Biology from West Virginia University and an MSES in Environmental Impact Analysis from Indiana University.