Shannon Pociu is an Environmental Analyst 3 at the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) where she has worked in the Remediation Division within the Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse for 20 years. She is the Remediation Division’s lead on PFAS and emerging contaminants and was appointed the Agency’s lead on PFAS in 2019. An active participant in the Governor’s Interagency PFAS Task Force, Shannon provides technical advice on PFAS to colleagues within the Remediation Division and throughout DEEP. In addition, she has considerable experience managing the investigation and cleanup of State and Federal Superfund sites, potable water projects, and other remediation sites. Prior to joining DEEP, Shannon worked in environmental consulting for 4 years. Shannon holds a BS in Renewable Natural Resources and a BA in Geography from the University of Connecticut and a Master’s of Science Degree in Environmental Science from the University of New Haven.