Timothy Bruno serves as the Chief of the Office of the Great Lakes at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. He is responsible for the leadership, coordination, and implementation of the Commonwealth’s Great Lakes water quality, water use, and watershed-related programs and policy initiatives.
Mr. Bruno is actively involved in governance across the Great Lakes, serving on the Great Lakes Commission as the head of Pennsylvania delegation. Additionally, he serves on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact Council and Regional Body, and on the Great Lakes Executive Committee – the coordinating body of the binational Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.
Mr. Bruno received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Gannon University, where he also obtained a graduate degree in Environmental Health and Engineering.
Mr. Bruno was appointed to the board of the Great Lakes Protection Fund in May of 2018.