Director for Regional and Bilateral Affairs in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of International and Tribal Affairs
Mark Kasman is Director for Regional and Bilateral Affairs in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of International and Tribal Affairs. In this role he manages EPA’s relationships with every country around the world. Previously, Mark served as EPA’s Senior Advisor for Asia-Pacific and Europe Programs. On loan from EPA in 2003-2005, Mark served as the Environment Management Specialist for the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (GMS) at the Asian Development Bank in Manila.
Prior to coming to EPA thirty years ago, Mr. Kasman oversaw emerging agricultural programs for the United Nations Development Program in Jakarta, Indonesia, and worked at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. Kasman has an M.A. in International Development from Columbia University a B.A. in International Studies from Emory University, and was a Senior Executive Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School. He has studied in Cairo on a Fulbright-Department of Education grant, in Jerusalem as a Dorot Fellow, and in Vienna. Mark currently represents alumni from Emory College on the Emory University Alumni Board.