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ABOUT THE COALITION

Missoula Radon Coaltion

Why a Missoula Radon Coaltion?

Radon is a problem in Missoula. A preventable problem. Reducing radon exposure is a large project and many groups in our community have a stake in this issue including homeowners, builders, mitigators, public health workers, health care professionals, realtors, building officials, and lenders, to name a few.

 

The Missoula Radon Coalition was started in 2015 to help increase awareness and education about the risks of radon exposure in Missoula. As a coalition of we can pool resources, share knowledge, and utilize our diverse skills to work toward the goal of limiting radon exposure in Missoula. 

 

We aim to:

 

  • Educate the public about radon risks and solutions

  • Increase testing for radon in homes and businesses

  • Further Radon-Resistant New Construction practices

  • Increase mitigation options and funding for low-income residents

 


Naomi Delaloye

Education/Outreach Coordinator, Center for Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public and Community Health Sciences

 

Ronni Flannery

Director of Montana Chapter of American Lung Association, Montana Healthy Air

 

Diane and Mark Goeser

Owners and operators of Radon Solutions

 

Whitney Meek

Senior Community Health Specialist, Comprehensive Cancer Control, Missoula City-County Health Department

 

Beth Schenk, PhD, MHI

Nurse Scientist, Providence/WA State University

 

Daniel Congdon

Environmental Health Specialist, Indoor Air Quality lead, Missoula City-County Health Department

 

Derek Smith

Realtor, REMAX

 

Tony Ward, PhD

Associate Professor, Center for Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public and Community Health Sciences

 


 

 

 

Coaltion Members