Andrew Dehoff's appointment as Executive Director follows twelve years of Commission service as a water resources engineer involved in many aspects of water resources management, including water availability and safe yield analyses, reservoir operations, and drought and flood management. Mr. Dehoff then served two three-year stints managing first the Planning and Operations program and most recently the Project Review program at the Commission. The latter work in the Commission’s regulatory program entailed directing the review of applications and formulation of recommendations and policies related to proposed surface and ground water withdrawals, interbasin transfers, and the consumptive use of water by industries, public water suppliers, power generation facilities and the natural gas industry. Mr. Dehoff earned his B.S. and M.E. in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia, and has been a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania since 2001.back to top
Andrew Gavin’s appointment as Deputy Executive Director follows 14 years of service to the SRBC. His primary responsibilities include oversight for the Commission’s technical programs, including Monitoring and Protection, Planning and Operations, Project Review, and Compliance. Additionally, Mr. Gavin assists the Executive Director in the development and effectuation of plans, policies, and projects relating to the development, management, and conservation of the water resources of the Susquehanna River Basin.
Mr. Gavin started with the SRBC as a water quality specialist in 1999, became Chief of the Restoration and Protection Section in 2002, and was then promoted to Manager of the Monitoring and Protection Program in 2011. His major work responsibility included directing the Commission’s efforts in developing and implementing projects related to water quality monitoring and protection. Prior to working for the Commission, Mr. Gavin held positions with a U.S. Department of Energy research consortium and the U.S. Geological Survey. He holds a Master of Science degree from Northern Arizona University in geology and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The College of Wooster in geology.back to top
Marcia E. Hutchinson is the Director of Administration & Finance for the SRBC. In this capacity, she oversees the administrative, financial, and information technology activities of the Commission. Ms. Hutchinson is ultimately accountable for the Commission’s accounting and financial records; budget; human resources management; computer systems, programs and equipment; insurance; receipt, disbursement and investment of funds; operation and maintenance of the SRBC’s main office building and vehicle fleet; and the purchase and maintenance of equipment and supplies.
Ms. Hutchinson joined the SRBC in 2010. Prior to joining the Commission, she was the CEO of ActionCoach of Central Pennsylvania, a business coaching franchise focused on assisting small business owners with growth and profitability. Her franchise was recognized as the #1 ActionCoach franchise in North America for six consecutive years.
From 1987 – 2003 Ms. Hutchinson worked for the Keystone Peer Review Organization, Inc. She began as the Finance Manager, and was repeatedly promoted to higher level positions including Director of Administration & Finance, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operating Officer.
Ms. Hutchinson has a B.S. in Accounting from Old Dominion University and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She passed the Certified Public Accountant exam in 1986.back to top