Managing Partner/Chief Executive Officer
Jeff Camera is an experienced government administrator who has worked for the public, private, and nonprofit sectors for over 24 years managing government processes, environmental programs, grant funding and related issues, company labor forces, and various efficiency programs and processes. Mr. Camera has extensive knowledge and understanding of public and private sector governance, solid waste and recycling programs and franchise evaluation, franchise auditing, legislative development and analysis, contract and municipal code development, and the implementation of cost-effective programs designed to enhance public sector efficiency and compliance.
Mr. Camera's private sector experience includes working with developers, businesses, and contractors to ensure compliance with governmental regulations and program parameters. He has been instrumental in developing and implementing solid waste, recycling, and environmental programs for large commercial and mixed-use developments to ensure programmatic efficiency and cost effectiveness. His ability to effectively evaluate, analyze, and audit various programs and topic areas provides his clients with the comprehensive overview necessary to make informed decisions regarding their direction, growth, and profitability.
For more than 20 years, Mr. Camera's experience has been instrumental in the direct management of key projects, operations, and personnel that affect core operations directly related to solid waste, recycling, and landfill management systems. He is skilled and experienced in designing, developing, implementing, explaining, and defending ideas and positions both orally and in writing, routinely has direct interaction with employees, officials, and representatives at various levels of government, as well as private sector organizations that are working toward mutual solid waste, recycling, environmental, and efficiency goals.
Director of Administrative Services
Ms. Magro has more than 25 years of experience working in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors at all levels. She has worked her way from a secondary school mathematics teacher, to becoming the managing owner of a business with more than 15 employees. Ms. Magro brings to ReGreen Organics her extensive experience consulting on projects in the areas of the environment, public safety, education, and business enterprise. With each job/project, emphasis is placed on promoting international exchange of technology and education in the United States and Latin America, providing opportunities for economic development, and implementing training programs in support of sustainable business practices.
Director of Administrative Services
Gabriel J. Christian is principal of the law firm Gabriel J. Christian & Associates, LLC, in Bowie, MD/USA. A native of Dominica, Mr. Christian taught history at his alma mater the Dominica Grammar School and Sixth Form College before attending the University of the District of Columbia College of Business and Public Management in Washington, DC where he graduated with a BBA in Procurement and Public Contracting. Mr. Christian studied law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, graduating with the degree of Juris Doctor in 1991. Mr. Christian was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1991 and is also a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Mr. Christian has distinguished himself not only as an environmental leader but as a Caribbean community leader in the Washington DC metropolitan area and as an active civic leader in Maryland. In 2007, Gov. Martin O'Malley, governor of the State of Maryland, appointed Mr. Christian to the position of Judicial Commissioner, Maryland Court of Appeals.
Alongside his long time collaborator and co-founder of Pont Casse Press, Canadian Judge Irving W. Andre, Mr. Christian has authored and co-authored a number of books on Caribbean history, society and politics: In Search of Eden: Dominica, The Travails of a Caribbean Mini-State (1992); Rain on a Tin Roof (1999): In Search of Eden: Essays on Dominican History (2002). Death by Fire: The Explosive Story of the 1963 Carnival Tragedy (2007); For King & Country: The Service & Sacfifice of the Dominican Soldier (2008); For King & Country: The Service & Sacrifice of the British West Indian Soldier (2009); Mamo! The Life & Times of Dame Mary Eugenia Charles (2010).