Dr. McAuley is a leading authority and multi-award-winning environmental leader and recognized expert across various environmental disciplines. He is a highly respected and recognized expert in air quality and human health exposure and risk assessment. He has directed, managed, and consulted on numerous domestic and global environmental consulting and research studies, and has been invited to give several keynote speeches and has become a global resource for environmental forward thinking.
Recently, Dr. McAuley has served on the prestigious Transportation Research Board, Committee on Transportation and Air Quality at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, the American Chemical Society Committee on Environmental Initiatives, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency Scientific Advisory Board. In addition, he is also a peer elected member of several subcommittees at the National Academies in areas of aviation, transportation, air quality, indoor air quality, exposure assessment, and human health. He is also currently an elected member of the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization Research Committee, Vice Chair of Air & Waste Management Technical Advisory Committee, Air & Waste Management AB-1 Particulate Matter Committee, and Treasurer of the International Society for Exposure Science.
Dr. McAuley received his PhD in Environmental Science and Engineering and his MS in Chemistry from Clarkson University along with a BS in Biochemistry from The College of Saint Rose. His certifications include the ATSDR and Risk Assessment Phase I and II Remediation.