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Travis Boeskool

Legislative Liaison

Travis Boeskool is legislative liaison for the Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA) in the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). He is EGLE’s primary connection with the Legislature and represents the department at various legislative meetings. His office also coordinates constituent responses, tracks and assists with bill analysis, and helps develop EGLE’s legislative priorities and prepare for legislative meetings.

In his current role, Travis has served as legislative lead on a number of introduced bills, working with department staff and stakeholders to draft, refine, and shepherd legislation into law.

He previously worked as a departmental analyst for the Michigan Underground Storage Tank Authority in the state Department of Environmental Quality, helping tank owners enroll and file claims for reimbursement, and in the Michigan House of Representatives as a legislative assistant. As community outreach and development coordinator for Habitat for Humanity of Lansing, he created and managed the nonprofit’s Home Preservation Program.

Travis earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in public administration and public policy from the Honors College at Michigan State University. As a student, he also interned in Washington, D.C., studying economic policy for the Center for American Progress’ American Worker Project.

When not on duty, Travis likes to experience new places and his favorite past times are all outside. He enjoys camping, backpacking, biking, and recreating in Michigan’s water resources.