Jeffrey Seltzer, Deputy Director, Natural Resources Administration
Jeffrey Seltzer is the Deputy Director for the Natural Resources Administration where he is responsible for programs that conserve, protect, and improve the water, soil, and living resources of the District of Columbia. Jeffrey has been with the agency since 2010 and previously served as the Associate Director of the Stormwater Management and Water Quality Divisions where he led efforts to update the District’s water quality planning documents and accelerate retrofitting the built environment with green infrastructure.
Jeffrey is a Professional Civil Engineer with over twenty-five years of experience in environmental restoration and resource management in both the private and public sector. Jeffrey earned his bachelors degree from the Pennsylvania State University and is a graduate of the George Washington University executive leadership program.
Jeffrey lives in the District with his wife and two children. He looks forward to the continued improvement of our local environment to provide access to healthy natural resources, resiliency to climate change, and equity for the residents of the District.