Washington, DC

Coleen Gerber linked in

  • Scientist
  • Direct Dial: +1 202.434.4304
  • Fax: +1 202.434.4646
  • Professional Assistants: Kristin Marcil and Caroline Mills , Ph: +1 202.434.4343

    Washington, DC

    1001 G Street NW
    Suite 500 West
    Washington, DC 20001

Coleen Gerber is a staff scientist specializing in matters involving the state and federal regulation of chemical substances, pesticides, surfactants, food additives and other products. In particular, she works with antimicrobial, biochemical and agricultural pesticide producers to obtain product approvals, including advising clients on requirements for safety and efficacy data, labels and labeling, and scientific issues that arise as part of the registration process.  Ms. Gerber also evaluates databases and data as part of valuation for data compensation purposes under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).       

Ms. Gerber's qualifications include a degree in environmental studies, extensive certifications in environmental management, and a diverse background in environmental regulations and compliance.

Her professional environmental consulting experience includes preparing and managing All Appropriate Inquiry and American Society for Testing and Materials compliant Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Site Investigations, and Transaction Screen Assessments. Ms. Gerber has also prepared reports to satisfy remedial actions under state land recycling programs, clean fill, and vapor intrusion mitigation requirements. Her industrial hygiene experience includes assessment, sampling, monitoring and analytical review of asbestos, lead-based paint, drinking water, radon, and indoor air sampling. She has performed site assessments, underground storage tank closures and removals, and emergency response. She has prepared Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs); Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures Plans; and Pollution Prevention Plans; and assisted facilities in maintaining stormwater management and spill prevention programs.


Practice Areas


  • State University New York – College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    • B.S., 2004


  • American Public Health Association (APHA)