If the EPA is forced to continue cutting corners, the chances of a horrifying environmental disaster will only grow and every child, from Alaska to Maine to Tennessee, and everywhere in between, deserves to grow up with clean water, food and air.

Fred Krupp, President, Environmental Defense Fund

AFGE Council 238 represents more than 8,000 U.S. EPA employees nationwide, including environmental protection specialists, engineers, scientists and support staff dedicated to protecting the environment and safeguarding public health. Every one of our employees are heroes, and we remain committed to saving all of their jobs to Save the U.S. EPA.

Antony Tseng

President, AFGE Local 3911

Antony Tseng is an environmental engineer with the EPA, a post he’s held for 20 years. He also serves as president of AFGE Local 3911, which covers New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Antony is cross-trained as an assistant safety officer and was recently deployed to Puerto Rico to participate in EPA’s response to the victims of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Gary Morton

President, AFGE Local 3631 

If ever there was a man who loves his job, Gary Morton can stand at the head of the line. Gary, who serves as president of AFGE Local 3631, works tirelessly to protect the rights of the EPA employees he represents and has 26 years of experience as an EPA civil investigator and environmental protection specialist.

Frank Lagunas

EPA Water Quality Scientist

Since 2011, Frank Lagunas has served as an EPA water quality scientist and lab certification specialist, overseeing 30 labs and working with Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and tribal nations in the Midwest to ensure Americans enjoy clean, safe water. He also serves as a Steward for AFGE Local 704.