Mr. Myers has served the Seminole Tribe of Florida since 2010. As Senior Scientist and Liaison, Mr. Myers is the primary agency contact for all major Water Resource and Environmental Projects with Federal and State Agencies. Mr. Myers received his Masters in Environmental Sciences from Nova Southeastern University. He has an expertise in a wide range of disciplines including planning, water management, conservation, and ecosystem restoration. Mr. Myers have held the positions of Assistant Director and Environmental Sciences Section Head for the Environmental Resources Management Department during his 10 years with the Seminole Tribe.
Prior to working for the Seminole Tribe, Mr. Myers was with the South Florida Water Management District in the Executive Office and in the Regulation Departments for over 20 years. During that time he was utilized as an Expert Witness for Florida Administrative Hearings in the areas of wetland ecology, State and Federal Resource Law, Estuarine and Marine Biology and Water Management. While in the Executive Office, Mr. Myers also served as the Agency Tribal Liaison for both the Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes.
In 2008, Mr. Myers worked as an Environmental Consultant for Walker Marine Geophysical Company in the Democratic Republic of the Congo providing GIS and Environmental Support for 3D Seismic Testing. Mr. Myers has also been an Adjunct Professor for Nova Southeastern University since 1985 instructing both graduate and undergraduate students in Environmental Science and Federal Water Resource Policy.