Lindsey (St. Clair) Griffin is an environmental scientist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at the Region 6 location in Dallas, Texas. She is the State Coordinator for the state of Oklahoma where she works with the agencies in charge of water quality standards, water quality monitoring, developing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs), assessment of waters, and the listing of impaired waters. Lindsey also works with several tribes in the coordination of water quality monitoring programs and data assessment. Lindsey holds an MS in Biology from The University of Texas at Tyler where she focused on aquatic ecology. Previously, she was an environmental specialist with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and held an internship with Stormwater Quality with the city of Oklahoma City.
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