Stephanie Bergeron Perdue brings two decades of agency experience to her practice from her time spent with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), where she served in various capacities including Deputy Executive Director. During her time with the agency, she worked on a wide range of issues including National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)/State Implementation Plan (SIP) development, NSR Air Permitting, TPDES water quality permitting, water rights and RCRA hazardous waste issues. She worked extensively with internal agency emergency response staff, as well as the Office of the Attorney General on responses to natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey. She also had an active role in the agency's 2001 and 2011 Sunset Review process and implementation. Stephanie interacted with Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 staff throughout her tenure on federal programmatic issues, including TPDES, RCRA and NSR.
More recently in her current practice, Stephanie's work has ranged from contested case hearing affected person analysis to public information requests briefings. She has also been actively involved on environmental justice developments. Stephanie has been extensively engaged in TCEQ-enforcement related regulatory developments as well as represented clients in the favorable resolution of administrative enforcement matters. She is also tracking the current Sunset Review of the TCEQ, which includes Sunset staff recommendations to address affected person analyses. Stephanie continues to maintain positive working relationships with both state and federal government counterparts.