Executive Committee

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Reymundo Chapa

Executive Director

As Executive Director of CEMML, Reymundo “Tony” Chapa develops, implements, and oversees the Center’s priorities and collaborates with federal, state, and university partners to develop and maintain business. He oversees CEMML’s operating budget and identifies and facilitates research, services, and education initiatives. Chapa joined the CEMML in 2018 as Associate Director for Cultural Resources after having served as the Air National Guard’s Cultural Resources Program Manager (Joint Base Andrews, Maryland), the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Cultural Resources Subject Matter Specialist (Joint Base San Antonio, Texas), and Edwards Air Force Base’s Historic Preservation Officer. Chapa is a US Army Veteran of Desert Shield/Storm and holds master’s degrees in Anthropology and Political Science. His diverse experience in the public and private sectors complements CEMML’s multi-disciplinary approach to environmental management and consulting.

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Calvin Bagley

Associate Director

Cal Bagley is a range ecologist, with experience in natural resources management, GIS, environmental planning, and NEPA. As Associate Director he manages a wide variety of Army, Air Force, US Forest Service, SERDP and DoD contracts. He manages the GIS team, providing GIS support, data collection and development, analysis and map production and the Environmental Planning Team develops Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans (INRMPs), Environmental Assessments (EAs) and Environmental Impact Statements (EISs). Bagley addresses applied research on wind and water erosion, training impacts on vegetation recovery, and GIS/remote sensing applications for natural resources inventory and monitoring of public lands. Bagley is an advisor and project leader for CEMML graduate students in the Warner College of Natural Resources.