Our forward-looking leadership team is made up of dedicated, focused and experienced executives who exemplify SevenGen’s core values – to be ethical, innovative, kind and customer-focused. Collectively, we embrace the principle that customers are partners and employees are family. Knowledge and experience come together to make a difference for all our stakeholders – clients, sub-contractors, employees, and the communities we serve.
SevenGen’s five-member leadership team acquired the legacy firm (formerly Industrial Solutions Group & Concentra EHS) in 2013 and founded SevenGen. Our senior professionals remain heavily involved with state and federal organizations and governing bodies, allowing us to develop clients’ programs based on leading-edge best practices that reflect the latest realities in industry.
We’ve been privileged to play a role in helping thousands of employers maintain a healthy, safe and environmentally sound operations through more than 20 years of change. As the sciences and awareness of occupational health, safety and environmental responsibility has grown, we’ve been able to grow along with it.
Even more important, we’ve helped shape and define what health and safety means in everyday workplace. Our services, ideas and giving now reach the lives of hundreds of people every day. We credit our strength and endurance to a consistent approach to managing our business, and to the character of our people.
We are Team 7G.
The 7G Team
The SevenGen team is our most valuable asset and is the foundation of our excellence. We are the trusted HSE advisor for leading businesses, governments, and institutions throughout the United States and we work with the highest standards of professional and business ethics.
SevenGen employs a specialized team of industrial hygienists (CIH’s), environmental professionals (CHMMs), safety professionals (CSPs) and risk management specialists, indoor air quality specialists, and other HSE specialists. All of our staff, from the top down, are accessible and eager to assist our clients.
Jason is the Director of Environmental Services and a founding partner of SevenGen. He is the longest tenured person with the company and operates out of the Fort Wayne, Indiana office. Jason manages the Environmental Services Division of SevenGen as well as the hazardous chemical training team. Clients that need air, water or waste permits, site assessments, spill cleanup and asbestos or lead projects are who come to Jason for his extensive experience.
Jason earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Saint Francis in 1996 and went on to work for International Field Studies at Forfar Field Station, a marine research station located in Stafford Creek, Andros, Bahamas. Upon returning to Indiana, Jason became an Environmental Scientist and Director of Environmental Education for Allen County, Indiana before beginning his work in Environmental Consulting.
When not helping to prevent pollution or removing environmental hazards from public health, Jason enjoys time with his family, hiking, kayaking, cooking and traveling.
- Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (2002)
- Licensed Asbestos Inspector (2001)
- ISO 14001 Lead Auditor (2001)
- 40-Hour HAZWOPER Trained (2002)
- OSHA 10-Hour (2004)
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Jason D. Morrison
Director of Environmental Services
As a founding partner of SevenGen in Fort Wayne, IN, Andy brings more than 20 years of occupational health and risk management experience in the automotive, healthcare, metal plating, food, distribution, and industrial construction industries, and is a trusted resource for many of our largest accounts. Andy has proven leadership as a key account manager for multi-million dollar projects and clients.
Andy also leads SevenGen as the Director of Operations, playing a valuable role in development of new revenue streams, maintaining structure, developing policy and fostering growth of the business. His unique perspective and high expectations set the way for SevenGen’s continued success.
When Andy is not in the office or on-site with clients, you can find him with his wife and two son’s. He enjoys all things outdoors, traveling, eating, fine art and watching his two son’s compete in their athletic pursuits.
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Director of Operations
Kevin Roegner is responsible for the management of SevenGen throughout the United States. He founded SevenGen in 2013 when he acquired the former Concentra’s EHS consulting business with the other members of the leadership team.
Kevin began consulting in 2001 at companies such as: former companies ISG, Inc. and Concentra EHS, where he was the Assistant Vice President of the EHS Consulting Division. Before he began his career in consulting, Kevin worked for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) – a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During his time with NIOSH, he undertook several health hazard evaluations (HHEs), which covered emerging occupational health issues in the industry. Prior to his time at NIOSH, he supported EH&S programs in the petrochemical industry.
You can find Kevin’s publications for NIOSH on the CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) website. Follow the link and search for “Roegner” to view an HHE Report.
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Kevin C. Roegner
As Director of Industrial Hygiene Services, Melissa is responsible for the oversight of the SevenGen Industrial Hygiene Program. This includes program growth and development, as well as mentoring and developing the industrial hygiene team.
Melissa is also the founder of the AIHA National Mentoring Program at the American Industrial Hygiene Association. This program pairs young professionals with mentors in the Industrial Hygiene community and has grown by nearly 400% since it was founded in 2008.
Melissa began consulting in 2002 at former companies ISG, Inc. and Concentra EHS. She worked as an industrial hygienist performing industrial hygiene field surveys at a wide variety of manufacturing and commercial sites before eventually becoming the Director of Industrial Hygiene.
Her technical expertise combined with her drive to create solutions that protect both the safety and health of employees have successfully led to the improvement of workplace environments, along with the reduction of employee exposures to many chemical and physical risks. Melissa has also participated in cutting-edge research projects, and is published in Pediatric Allergy and Immunology for her research on the effects of biological contaminants on the immune systems of children.
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Melissa M. Rupert
Director of Industrial Hygiene Services
As Director of Business Development, I leverage a network of resources to drive growth by creating and scaling key partnerships. I enjoy pushing the ‘creative envelope’ in my work and finding new and innovative ways to identify opportunity to enable SevenGen’s to maximize the value delivered to our customers. With trust and confidence as our hallmarks, I take pride in the positive brand engagement we have built within professional communities SevenGen serves.
Thanks to a long lineage of extrovertedness, I am also a dynamic speaker, delivering leading edge topics and compelling discussions for universities, professional organizations and corporate seminars. When I’m not strategizing SevenGen’s growth plan or helping clients navigate risk, you can find me exploring wild things. I am an archery hunter, an outdoor photographer, and a passionate storyteller. These outlets afford me the opportunity to “unplug” from daily stresses, recharge through our natural world and inspire new ideas and goals, both personally and professionally.
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Thomas J. Unger
Director of Business Development
My name is Tiara Pamungkas, HSE Consultant for SevenGen. I am originally from Indonesia, a tiny country in Southeast Asia that is almost always sunny. It's a beautiful country with many destinations: beaches, mountains, lakes, you name it! Prior to coming to the United States, I worked as an industrial hygienist in my home country of Indonesia for several years. I graduated from the University of Michigan's nationally recognized Industrial Hygiene Master’s program and proudly joined SevenGen! I enjoy working with our clients’ complex industrial hygiene programs and delivering solutions for improved occupational health and safety. At SevenGen, I feel valued, and I know the work we do has meaningful impact in the communities we serve.
In my free time, I enjoy hiking, jogging, fishing, and playing the guitar. I also enjoy baking and cooking; my “spiciness level” is sometimes inhumane, above the 95 percentile of general population!
Hi I’m Madi Pirtle, HSE Consultant with SevenGen. I enjoy helping our clients with the full scope of environmental, safety, or industrial hygiene needs. I interned with SevenGen during my time at the University of Saint Francis, where I earned bachelor's degrees in Environmental Science and Business Administration. As an intern, I gained a broad foundation of experience in environmental permitting, state and federal reporting, and plan writing, as well as assisting our Safety and IH teams. After graduating, I followed my husband to Alabama where I worked as an Environmental Engineer in an industrial paper mill where I expanded my knowledge of experience in environmental policy, compliance, and indicatives. I recently had the privilege of moving back to Indiana and rejoining the SevenGen team! I believe my time on the receiving end of EHS consulting in a heavy industry environment coupled with the experience and development SevenGen provides has helped me learn how to best meet our clients’ needs and deliver exceptional service.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time outdoors with my husband and our growing family, which includes three dogs and a baby on the way. A few of my favorite outdoor activities include running, walking my dogs, cooking for friends, and practicing yoga.
Hi I’m Jared, an HSE Consultant with SevenGen. I evaluate work environments for risk to help mitigate unforeseen accidents, and I work with customers to maintain a committed partnership.
I spent 14+ years in the Navy on Active Duty as a US Navy Seabee. During my career, I made 7 deployments and worked with several host nation countries, charged with building schools, medical clinics, berthing facilities, and storage warehouses. My jobs ranged from Welder, Lead Estimator, Project Supervisor, and Safety Supervisor. I am currently pursing my Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership at the University of Saint Francis, to compliment my Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of La Verne.
At SevenGen, I am able to leverage my unique skills, experience, and interests to deliver site specific solutions to ensure the safety and wellbeing for our customer’s employees.
During my free time, you can find me on my bike - on or off road, I’m usually pedaling somewhere. If I’m not on my bike, I’ll be spending time with my family and kids. I’m and avid outdoorsman and a travel enthusiast; I have visited 3 continents, 4 Oceans, 14 countries and 46 of our 50 states so far
Hi I’m Ashely Robinson, HSE Consultant for SevenGen. I am a recent graduate from the University of Saint Francis with a B.S in Environmental Science and a B.S in Forensic Chemistry. Over the past few summers, I have enjoyed solely outdoor jobs including ecological and conservation programs. I began working with SevenGen as an intern, supporting the team through field work and client-facing projects including federal and state environmental reporting. I am excited to continue developing as a professional service provider in a company where I can apply my interests, knowledge, and experience to help our clients. I am very thankful for the chance to work alongside such fantastic people here at SevenGen!
When I am not working, I like to spend my time outdoors. My standout trips this year include a 10-day camping trip along the Smoky Mountains and exploring the beautiful trails throughout Oregon. Typically, I am found much closer to home, enjoying the local trails at Ft. Wayne’s Eagle Marsh and Fox Island. I also enjoy relaxing reading a nice book, fixing a difficult puzzle, or binging a show on Netflix.
Like many of the SevenGen team members, Bill attended the University of Saint Francis where he earned a bachelors degree in Environmental Science with a minor in chemistry. While attending USF he interned at ITT Aerospace/Communications Division in Fort Wayne in the EHS Department. He Was hired by ITT after graduation and continued in the EHS department where he oversaw operations at their TAC facility.
In 2000 he transitioned from ITT to providing environmental consulting services to SevenGen, then Industrial Solutions Group. Bill worked with several clients for SevenGen as a contractor involving industrial hygiene, environmental consulting and safety related projects.
As Sr. HSE Consultant at SevenGen, he is adding his experience working in defense contracting, automotive parts manufacturing, orthopedics industry, and many others. He has provided, and continues to provide, staff augmentation solutions to SevenGen clients through on-site consulting service, and conducted a multitude of industrial hygiene, safety and environmental field studies within a wide variety of industries complimenting SevenGen’s mission.
Senior HSE Consultant
As a Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Consultant, I perform a variety of services focusing primarily on Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics, and Safety. I take pride in the ever-expanding opportunities at SevenGen enabling me to grow professionally.
My role enables me to engage in an expansive network of health and safety professionals to meet our clients needs to improve the workplace and reduce employees’ exposure to chemical and physical agents and their potential for workplace injury. I am committed to promote worker health so that employees may leave their workplace each day in the same state of health as they entered it.
Apart from my work at SevenGen, I enjoy spending time outdoors, be it running, hiking, frisbee golf, and more. I also have a passion for traveling and look forward to many more memories to come as I further my horizons. I cherish time with my family as I endeavor to be the best aunt I can be to my eight amazing nephews.
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I am an EHS Consultant and Industrial Hygienist with SevenGen. I observe work environments to identify any potential safety hazards, and I also test for those hazards that cannot be seen, such as lead or formaldehyde.
During my career, I have worked with hundreds of employers from a multitude of industries, ranging from large timber mills, construction sites, and hydroelectric dam operations to smaller mental health care facilities, automotive service shops, bakeries, and everything in between. My position with SevenGen affords me the opportunity to continually learn, and to utilize my experience and creative thinking skills in designing “above and beyond” site-specific solutions for keeping workers safe.
In my free time you’ll often find me reading in a cozy chair, or spending time outside or with my animals. I am a proud pet parent of a paint horse, a lazy dog, and two (mostly) loving cats. I’m also an avid traveler; I have visited 15 countries and 49 of our beautiful states thus far, with plans to visit many more.
I hold a Master’s degree in Environmental Health from the University of St. Francis, and am a certified BCSP Associate Safety Professional (ASP). I was recognized in 2020 with the Secretary of Labor’s Exceptional Achievement Award.
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As a member of the Environmental Department, I act as a “jack of all trades”. You can find me working in the field collecting samples that range from asbestos to stormwater to wastewater. In ENVS, we also dedicate much of our time developing permit applications and writing state and federal plans such as Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan. We take great pride in giving our clients the tools that they need to succeed.
I earned my undergraduate degree from the University of Saint Francis in 2018 and went on to work for a hazardous waste hauler and environmental laboratory. Since then, I have received licensing as an Indiana State Lead Inspector/ Risk Assessor and Asbestos Inspector.
When I’m not working with clients, you can find me hiking through state and national parks. During my time at the USF, the professors helped foster my love for protected lands and ornithology. If you ever see me on the trails, make sure to say hi.
Emily Smith, CIH
Emily Smith, CIH – As an Industrial Hygienist, I work with clients in various industries to help identify, monitor, and reduce workplace hazards. I take pride in delivering my clients with accurate results in a timely manner along with useful recommendations to help guide them in the right direction to help reduce any potential airborne hazards.
My role offers me the important opportunity to work with the greatest employees and companies in the US. I am dedicated to ensuring employees are working in a healthy environment so that they can return to their families safely.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and dogs. I also love to travel and experience new places and different ways of life. With each new travel adventure, I learn more about the world and I try to grow and better myself personally and professionally.
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Emily Smith, CIH
Certified Industrial Hygienist
Zach Pasquinelli, CIH
As a CIH Project Manager, I am tasked with combining coaching, leadership, communication, planning, and decision making in order to execute Industrial Hygiene projects for a variety of industries. A large percentage of my responsibilities revolve around anticipating occupational hazards as well as data management to ensure thorough risk reduction in manufacturing settings. This job has not only allowed me to see how the manufacturing world operates but has also given me the ability to see the United States from coast to coast, meeting incredible people along the way.
When I’m not working with SevenGen, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, cooking, camping, and playing sports. Also, as a legacy Purdue Boilermaker, I love getting back to campus multiple times every year for sporting events, lectures, meet ups with old friends, and dining.
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Zach Pasquinelli, CIH
Industrial Hygiene Project Manger
Bridget Garcia has significant experience in safety, and environmental compliance. Her goal is to maintain 100% compliance within the safety programs she manages. In addition, she continues to preserve the relationships with business partners as she remains a liaison for employees to come to for assistance/problem-solving, this helps to maintain a healthy safety work culture.
Bridget enjoys taking trips with her family as they discover new and fun adventures. She has loved baseball most her life, if she is not watching a live game, you will find her playing catch or taking the dogs for a nature walk. She loves trying new foods or wine as she and her husband discover local eateries.
Everyone at SevenGen strives to leverage their niche expertise and experience across our occupational health, safety,
and environmental services and empower our clients by exchanging valuable knowledge.