Robert Martineau

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Robert Martineau
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Tennessee Commissioner of Environment & Conservation
Incumbent
In office
January 15, 2011-present
Years in position 3
PartyNonpartisan
Compensation
Base salary$156,216
Elections and appointments
AppointedJanuary 15, 2011
Appointed byGovernor of Tennessee
Term limitsN/A
Education
Bachelor'sSt. John's University - Minnesota (1980)
J.D.University of Cincinnati (1983)
Personal
ProfessionAttorney
Websites
Office website
Robert Martineau is the current Tennessee Commissioner of Environment & Conservation. He was first appointed to the position by Governor Bill Haslam on January 15, 2011.[1]

Biography

Martineau spent more than 25 years as an attorney in the field of environmental law prior to his appointment.[1] This includes seven years of service in the Office of General Counsel for the U.S. EPA in Washington, D.C. from 1988 to 1994 and 16 years as a partner in private practice at the Waller Lansden law firm in Nashville.[1]

Education

  • University of Cincinnati, J.D., 1983
  • St. John’s University (Minnesota), Bachelor's degree, 1980[1]

Political career

Commissioner of Environment and Conservation (2011-Present)

Martineau was first appointed to the position by Governor Bill Haslam on January 15, 2011.[1]

Appointments

2011

Martineau was first appointed as the Tennessee Commissioner of Environment & Conservation by Governor Bill Haslam on January 15, 2011.[1]

Personal

Martineau and his wife, Pamela, have one child.

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