Due to government health directives banning public gatherings to limit the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), all meetings to be held virtually until further notice. Please check this webpage for announcements related future Roundtable meetings. 

All activity of the SCSC Roundtable is currently suspended.  An update will be provided in the future on when activities may resume.


Steve Alverson

Steve Alverson | Facilitator/Project Manager

With over 38 years of aviation noise analyses and control experience, Steve Alverson is one of the nation’s leading experts in aircraft noise.  Steve serves as the Facilitator/Projects Manager for the Santa Clara/Santa Cruz Airport/Community Roundtable contract.  He assisted the Roundtable with the establishment of it’s Work Program and Strategic Plan, provides technical expertise, and facilitates the Roundtable meetings.

Steve’s expertise is focused on leading effective community involvement programs that bridge the gap between detailed technical analyses and the effects residents experience on the ground.

Chris Sequeira

Chris Sequeira | Back-up Facilitator, Deputy Project Manager

As Back-Up Facilitator, Chris Sequeira supports Steve and, if for any reason Steve is unable to attend a regular Roundtable meeting, Chris will facilitate the meeting in Steve’s absence. Chris has ten years of experience working at the intersection of federal environmental policy community outreach, and analysis tool development.

Chris Jones, AICP | Technical Support

As technical support to Steve and Chris, Chris Jones will bring his unique level of understanding of aircraft noise and airspace issues in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, having worked on the NorCal Metroplex EA.

Evan Wasserman | Community Planner

As support staff to the Roundtable, Evan assists in drafting the Roundtable meeting agendas, compiles the meeting recaps, and manages informational materials for posting to the Roundtable website. In addition, Evan communicates directly with local elected officials, community leaders, federal agencies, and congressional representatives to facilitate discussion, and to allow for effective dialogue on aircraft noise issues.

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