Mike Goldstein, Secretary
Manager, Global Remediation and Environmental Risk Management
Mike Goldstein is Ingersoll Rand’s Global Remediation and Environmental Risk Manager. In addition to managing the technical, financial, and legal aspects of a diverse portfolio of legacy remediation projects and Superfund sites, Mike is responsible for directing the company’s environmental risk management program which includes: performing due diligence for acquisitions and divestitures; providing strategic technical and project management support for restructuring projects, plant closures, and Brownfield sales; and supporting the Company’s Surplus Property Program.
Mike joined Ingersoll Rand in 2014. Prior to his current role he served as a Remediation and Transaction manager for General Electric for 9 years, Superfund Remedial Project Manager for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Region 10 for 5 years, and a Policy Analyst at USEPA Headquarters for 7 years. He chairs the Real Estate and Environmental Committee for the Surplus Property Roundtable and serves on the Steering Committee for the Remediation Managers Roundtable.
Mike has a degree in Geology from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA.